Former candidate supports Sturman

The borough mayor election has been interesting and is now down to 180-degree differences in management styles. A good campaign with six different views shows things need a different direction. With low turnout at the polls, I'm disappointed with the other three candidates not endorsing one of the two candidates. I myself endorsed Fred Sturman. He is not a career politician running with special interest groups. Fred is a working man. Mike is a businessman who has said, if you don't like my policies, vote me out at the polls. We did that already when Dale Bagley won his election.

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