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A brighter future

Monday, June 16, 2014 - Updated: 9:42 PM

Dear Editor,

There are many in this world that sit back and lament the many woes of society, the difficult times economically and socially that we presently reside in. They theorize. They philosophize. Many folks prefer to stay distant and aloof from the process. "What difference does it make?" they exclaim.

Few are stepping up to the helm to steer us to a better course and offer solutions to create a better world and opportunity for ourselves and most importantly for our children and the generations to come.

After all, the path is very cumbersome and difficult, marred with great challenges and personal negativity and vitriol. It absolutely takes courage, determination, resolve and an abounding love of country and community.

On Tuesday, June 24, Republicans in the 21st Congressional District have an excellent candidate who is able to navigate and offer the pragmatic strategies, remedies and solutions to the issues of our day. Matt Doheny is truly one of the Northern New York's own. From our own backyard of Alexandria Bay Matt has a proven successful business record.

From a modest upbringing, Matt worked himself up the ladder to success on his own. It wasn't easy and truly exemplifies the awesome story of the American dream.

Matt has the committed passion and ambition to advocate for our communities and their citizens. I encourage and urge you to go to the polls and vote for Matt Doheny. He will steer us all to a brighter future.

Rosemary Demick



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