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2013 primary

Zurlo leads Saratoga County sheriff’s primary

Michael Zurlo celebrates winning the Republican nomination for the Saratoga County Sheriff's race on Tuesday. His election night party was at the Fairways of Halfmoon. Sept. 10, 2013
Michael Zurlo celebrates winning the Republican nomination for the Saratoga County Sheriff's race on Tuesday. His election night party was at the Fairways of Halfmoon. Sept. 10, 2013
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Michael Zurlo held a solid lead late Tuesday night in the race to be the Republican nominee for Saratoga County sheriff. Zurlo, of Stillwater, amassed 6,206 votes and Jeff Gildersleeve, of Ballston, received 5,799 votes, with about 89 percent of the county’s election districts reporting. All eyes in the county were on this race because the enrollment advantage in the county heavily favors Republicans and the party’s nominee would have a strong edge in the ...


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ChuckD
September 10, 2013
7:13 p.m.

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I'm with Gildersleeve. Some laws are just disagreeable. I know that if I was Sheriff you could kiss all those pot laws bye-bye because I just think they're a PITA and unconstitutional too. And because I'd be Law Enforcement I could choose which laws to enforce and which not to.
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And I'd make Wednesdays clothing-optional too. No one can force me to wear clothes!

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