Thursday, March 19, 2009

Our Partisan Villages

It's hard to believe the canard that village elections aren't partisan--that people vote for people, not parties, in those small communities--when you note that Dryden village has had an entirely Republican board for several years now, and Groton has since time immemorial. That did not change for Dryden last night, despite a fantastic, hardworking Democratic team with big ideas about how to fix the village. It did change for Groton--the first Democratic trustee in memory was elected to a two-year term.

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