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Conservatives back Dan Stec

To the News Enterprise:

The Conservative Party believes Queensbury Town Supervisor/ Chairman of the Warren County Board of Supervisors, Daniel G. Stec is prepared to lead as representative of the 114th Assembly District.

Daniel G. Stec emulates Conservative principles, is politically savvy, serves in various capacities and committees to Town of Queensbury and Warren County since January 2000.

Supervisor Stec holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University, is a graduate of Naval Nuclear Power School and MBA from the University of Rhode Island. Daniel G. Stec is a military veteran, qualified to supervise, operate, maintain Naval Nuclear Propulsion Plants, served as Lieutenant, is two time recipient of the Navy Achievement Medal as Instructor, Curriculum Development Officer and Engineering Division Officer.

Dan Stec was honored with the prestigious endorsement of the National Rifle Association, earning an AQ rating. His opponent received an F rating.

What does that tell us? It tells us that Dan Stec will fight for you, the residents of the 114th AD and protect your rights under the US Constitution. The evidence is clear. His opponent will not.

Dan promises to bring his proven fiscal conservatism with him to office, make reducing the crushing weight of unfunded mandates a top priority and believes that this problem is at the root of the State’s highest tax burden and unfriendly business environment.

We believe that Supervisor Stec will work towards lowering taxes and building a sustainable economy.

Based on Dan Stec’s experience, record and insight into the issues facing the North Country, we look forward to victory in this November election.

Vote right. Vote Conservative. Vote Stec!

God Bless America and God Bless and Guide the Conservative Party!

Carol Birkholz, chairwoman, Warren Co. Conservative Committee & Executive Committee member, New York State Conservative Party

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