How about specifics?

To the editor,

On page 5 of the Oct. 23 edition of the Hamilton County Express there is a paid political advertisement that by innuendo infers that the current town supervisor is not "committed to doing what is right for the Taxpayers of Lake Pleasant."

Politics by innuendo does not serve the taxpayers, and is one of those activities that discourages citizens from participating in healthy political debate.

It would be helpful to promptly learn from the candidate what improper activities the current supervisor and members of the Lake Pleasant Town Board have participated in.

Election Day is upon us and I hope we all will hear specifics from the challenger before that date.

Dick Newell

Lake Pleasant