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Letter to the Editor:
I am writing to urge all of my fellow Republicans in the 17th Congressional District to vote for my friend Joe Carvin in the upcoming Tuesday, June 26, congressional Republican primary. We have a remarkable chance for capturing this seat with a solid tax-cutting, pro-growth, job-creating leader like Rye Town Supervisor Joe Carvin.
Not only is Carvin a common-sense business leader, but he has a stellar record in Rye Town of reducing taxes every year he has been in office and has cut expenditures by 25 percent. Carvin’s zest for eliminating bureaucracy and further reducing the tax burden is evident in his push to eliminate his own level of government. Not many politicians will lead the fight to get rid of their jobs, but Joe Carvin has been quite a vocal advocate for reducing the incredibly large number of taxing jurisdictions in New York state. It is time we have a voice in Congress that wants to fundamentally change the taxing dynamic in our state.
With three decades of business and professional experience, fluency in five languages and graduate degrees from Harvard and NYU, it is resoundingly clear that Joe has the right credentials for Congress. He has been a solid leader who has reached out to all segments of Rye Town in an effort to make us a model American community and increase voter participation in the political process.
Tuesday, June 26, is our opportunity as Republicans to elect a pro-growth, tax-cutting candidate to Congress. I ask all Republicans to vote for Joe Carvin to be our Republican candidate for Congress.
Port Chester Village Trustee
Port Chester Republican Chairman
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