Like my opponent in the election for town justice Nov. 6th surely did, we, too, waited in nervous anticipation for the final results, that night. If it were necessary, I had firm plans to call Mr. Michael Schneider and offer him my congratulations. It turns out, such a call wasn’t necessary.
When it became clear that we would be in the winner’s circle, there was no gloating; no smug remarks; no malicious satisfaction. As a matter of fact, tears flowed, nowhere more prevalent, than in my eyes. I am eternally grateful for the support given to my candidacy for re-election. We won the trust of the majority of Colden residents who – as I see it – have expressed faith in me and my judgment.
The weight of the world began lifting from our shoulders, especially my supportive husband and our team of volunteers. All of us, no single person, contributed to the final victory that is ours.
Just like it was, four years ago, this was a simple, honest and sincere “dining room table” campaign that resonated with the people of Colden.
Thank you, so very much, for your support and your trust, that will allow me to work on your behalf and a safer and cleaner Colden, N.Y., for another four years.
Judge Victoria Zach