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Wednesday, September 24, 2014
BY SCOTT LEFFLER
scott.leffler@eastniagarapost.com


North Tonawanda Mayor Robert Ortt and Holley businesswoman Gia Arnold have each issued statements following Arnold's announcement that she would not be appearing on the November ballot.

Ortt's statement came directly to East Niagara Post as the result of a request for comment on Arnold being removed from the Libertarian line. It follows below in its entirety.
While I am glad the integrity of the process was upheld, my focus remains where it has been since day one — speaking directly to voters, sharing my vision for how to create more good paying jobs for Western New Yorkers and fighting for our shared values in Albany as their next State Senator.
Arnold, meanwhile, has not responded to a request for comment from ENP. She did, however, post a statement directly to 62nd Senate District voters on her Facebook page. While it doesn't directly endorse Ortt's Democratic opponent Johnny Destino for the November election, it clearly suggests not voting for Ortt. It follows below in its entirety:
If you happen to have a Rob Ortt for State Senate sign in your yard this election cycle, you are a fool to support the elite establishment that counts on your ignorance and apathy in order to continue to control our elections, state and national governments. VOTE ANTI - ESTABLISHMENT this year. Do your research
Ortt and Destino will face off on the ballot for the 62nd District race in November. Paul Brown of North Tonawanda has claimed victory of the Working Families Party line via a write-in campaign.



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