Our Town Board is slated to deliver a TAX CUT for all Mendon Residents in 2018. They have the necessary experience to keep Mendon on the right track.
Remember to Vote on November 7th!
Our Mendon Hometown Team has been working hard over the last few months. They are going door-to-door in order to meet residents and talk about the issues that matter most to them.
The Mendon Republican Committee is proud to announce its endorsed candidates for the November election. Town Supervisor John Moffitt will again lead the all-incumbent ticket with Town Council Members Cynthia Carroll and John Hagreen seeking re-election to the Town Board. Town Justice Cara Briggs will also seek re-election in addition to Town Clerk James Merzke and Highway Superintendent William (Bud) Smith.
“I am thrilled to be running for re-election alongside an outstanding... group of public servants who are truly dedicated to promoting and preserving the values that make Mendon a great place to live and raise a family,” said Mendon Town Supervisor John Moffitt. “Together, we will continue to provide vital quality of life services while remaining committed to keeping our property taxes among the lowest in Monroe County. With continued support from our friends, neighbors and fellow residents, our team will work hard to ensure the Town of Mendon remains a hometown destination for all.”
Already serving the Town of Mendon as Town Supervisor since 2010, John Moffitt will be running for re-election. John is the Past-President of HFL-Mendon Youth Baseball and was recently inducted into the HF-L Alumni Hall of Fame. He is a lifelong resident of the Town of Mendon and his family owns and operates two small businesses in Honeoye Falls.
Cynthia Carroll is running for re-election to the Town Board after being elected to a four-year term in 2013. A retired teacher, Cynthia has a combined 32 years of teaching experience at various levels, ranging from middle school to college freshman. John Hagreen is also running for re-election to the Town Board after being elected to a two-year term in 2015. Having been actively involved in many aspects of the Mendon community, John joined the Town Board following his retirement from Pitney Bowes where he worked for 32 years.
Jim Merzke has served as Mendon Town Clerk since 1996, and worked in the Town Clerk's Office since 1992. A lifelong resident of the Town of Mendon, Jim is an HF-L graduate, Past Commander of American Legion Falls Post #664 and Past-President of the Monroe County Town Clerks, Tax Receivers and Collectors Association.
Highway Superintendent Bud Smith has been a member of the Town of Mendon Highway Department for over 32 years. Bud is a HF-L graduate and lifelong resident of the Town of Mendon. He also served as President of the Monroe County Highway Superintendent’s Association for the last six years.
Judge Cara Briggs is seeking her third full term as a Mendon Town Justice. After graduating from Albany Law School, she worked as a prosecutor in the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office. She is currently employed as Associate Counsel to the Rochester City School District.
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#tbt to the 1958 NYS GOP Convention held in Rochester, NY. Kenneth Keating of Lima, NY was nominated to run for U.S. Senate at the landmark convention and would go on to win in the General Election.
In honor of tomorrow's New York Republican State Committee Convention being held in Buffalo, we take a look back at the Democrat and Chronicle's coverage from t...he 1958 Convention held in Rochester at the War Memorial. Nelson Rockefeller would go on to win the Gubernatorial Election following his nomination at the convention. Local Congressman Kenneth Keating was also nominated at the convention to run for U.S. Senate and went on to win in November #tbt
Andrew Cuomo's extreme liberal policies from the #SAFEAct to #CommonCore, massive over-regulation, and some of the highest taxes in the nation are taking New Yo...rk in the wrong direction. People are leaving in droves. We need strong #Republican #leadership to turn this state around and #MakeNewYorkGreatAgain.
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Senator Funke wants to hear what matters most to his constituents in the Town of Mendon. Take a minute to fill out the below questionnaire.