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Letter to the editor: Failed mayoral candidate thanks Monroeville voters

| Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, 1:51 p.m.
Chad Stubenbort (right) lost to Nick Gresock (left) in the race to become Monroeville's mayor.
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Chad Stubenbort (right) lost to Nick Gresock (left) in the race to become Monroeville's mayor.

To the editor:

I'd like to say thank you to each and every one of my supporters at the recent election. To everyone who donated money, stood out in the snow on Election Day, and to those who voted for me, thank you. Unfortunately, I was not victorious this time around in my bid for mayor of Monroeville. I want to congratulate Nick Gresock on his victory last week. Although we obviously have our differences on how to move Monroeville forward, I know that is always his desire. I will support him and help him in any way possible as we all want what is best for Monroeville. I'd also like to congratulate Linda Gaydos and Tom Wilson on their council wins and I'd like to thank Nancy Lapcevich and Tim Skoog for throwing their hats in and giving the people an option. This is not a goodbye for me but rather a time to reflect how I can best serve the community moving forward. Thanks again, everyone.

Chad Stubenbort

Monroeville

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