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Montgomery County primary to offer voters first taste of new government

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The new Montgomery County government charter set to take effect Jan. 1 shook the primary election season up a bit this year, according to Democratic county Board of Elections Commissioner Jamie Duchessi, The board of 15 town and city ward supervisors currently operating at both the town and county level will be replaced by a nine-member county legislature with a county executive to run the county on a day-to-day basis. The 10 town supervisors will ...

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grant18
September 5, 2013
11 a.m.

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Why the Montgomery County Democratic party allowed Thomas "I Haven't Got a Clue" Quackenbush to run on their line after he spent the entire 2012 election season bashing Democratic Assemblyman Santa Barbara, Governor Cuomo, President Obama & just about every other Democrat in sight, is totally beyond my comprehension. It certainly wasn't for his bipartisan spirit & I haven't seen anything in his record upholding the Democratic Party's goals & objectives. Fie on you, whoever signed that authorization & fie on any Democrats who vote for him in the general election.

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