Allegheny: Pay Westmoreland heed
Westmoreland County is doing much better (take note, Allegheny County) because we have been electing good, qualified, conservative Republican candidates to county offices.
These officials are putting forth policies that are helping to make the county stronger financially, more attractive to businesses and to citizens and more efficient in day-to-day work practices. There is a lot of work ahead, but we are definitely striving to do what is best for our county in all areas of local government.
This is why I would like to urge your Westmoreland readers to vote for Carl Stepanovich to serve as the county prothonotary. Carl has more than 40 years of business experience and knows how to manage and motivate a team that wants to make a positive difference.
We can keep the momentum of a stronger Westmoreland County by voting for Carl in the primary and general elections. Allegheny County residents, pay attention. There is hope for you too — if you follow Westmoreland's lead.
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