The four-way race for Geneseo town supervisor was the subject of an article by Erica Bryant in today’s issue of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Space limitations prevented much more than the usual sound bytes. (or is that a mondegreen of sound bites?)
Incumbent Wes Kennison repeated his claim that he lost the Democratic nomination because the party had been taken over by activists from Please Don’t Destroy Geneseo. Democrat Bob Wilcox wants to “bring town and village closer together again,” and Republican Will Wadsworth seeks “open communication and consensus building.”
Independent candidate and PDDG founder Corrin Strong said Geneseo can no longer afford to “build now and plan later.” For more inside information on the campaign check out Corrin’s campaign blog.