The Grand Island Conservative Party announced the candidates for the upcoming election.
The party said, “These candidates, fellow Islanders, are dedicated to the betterment of Grand Island while maintaining conservative values. Now, more than ever, is the time for you to become involved and vote. The Conservative Party is the champion of the taxpayers and families of our community. The Conservative Party continues its commitment to traditional American values, the preservation of life and return to civility.”
Candidates, pictured from left, include: Tom Digati, Town Council; Pattie Frentzel, town clerk; Tom Franz, town supervisor; Mark Nemeth, town justice; and Mike Madigan, Town Council. Not pictured is Jacob McMahon, candidate for Erie County Legislature.
The party encourages those who want to continue the commitment to grass roots involvement in all political action at the local level to vote Conservative.
“Vote to elect the Conservative slate that will address the needs and growing community in a fiscally responsible manner,” the party said.