Voices from the community

I am committed to fairness and justice. My experience as a teacher, union president, and coach will benefit me in making tough, hard, and fair decisions as a justice.

Please vote for me for town justice on Nov 3.



Kerry Ranger running for Sullivan Town Board

To the town of Sullivan residents:

What are my goals?

To be a voice for all the people in the Town of Sullivan. To encourage community involvement and to keep the town residents aware of the issues at hand. To be a part of a town board that will help find ways for our community to survive our current economic unrest. To play a pro-active role in the growth of the town of Sullivan with the people's position in hand. I will do this by being a full time town board member. As a small business owner, I understand and support sensible growth with a focus on our economic, agricultural and recreational resources.

Who is Kerry Ranger?

I have lived my entire life in the central New York area and currently reside in Bridgeport with my wife Becky. I am a graduate of Cicero High School and SUNY Morrisville. I volunteer time for the Bridgeport-Lakeport Civic Organization and 'Make A Wish' Foundation.

What is my profession?

I own and operate North Syracuse Sales Co., a small and successful flooring business located in North Syracuse, which still believes in the old fashion hands on approach.

Party endorsements?

I have three lines of endorsements - the Democratic, Independence and Conservative parties.

What is my political background?

Initial candidacy for town board and a frequent attendee of town board meetings.

Why should you vote for Kerry Ranger?

If you want someone you can trust who cares enough about this community to get involved and will listen to your concerns and ideas, so that the Town of Sullivan is a better place to live and raise your family then vote for me, Kerry Ranger. Voting is your right and your privilege. I will not disappoint! Exercise your right to vote on Nov. 3.

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