In Gloster, candidates can only be independent
The lack of town Democratic or Republican executive committees means candidates for 2009 municipal elections can qualify only as independent, town clerk Monzella Tickles said Monday.
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#1 Jul 13, 2009
The true test of muscle flexing will be put on display by the citzens of Gloster.We the people are looking for hope, transparency, truth, and how the stimulus monies will be used within the limits of Gloster.Each canidate vowed to do their own magic if they were elected.Being elected as independents, the people voices are still there with questions, how are we going to move through this recession with limited resources?.The party is over, but the reality of small towns USA are still standing still.A youth summer workforce is in place thanks to the WINN Job Center, but we must do more to bring back the zest to a once thriving town.Aldermen, we are holding you responsible for this.
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