SUNDAY SHOUTOUT: A voting revolution

OBSERVER Photo Officials from Chautauqua County, the Chamber of Commerce, village of Fredonia and town of Pomfret surround Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul to promote the #myfredonia effort that aims to put the community as the top vote getter in the "Small Business Revolution" contest for $500,000.

After presenting the State of the State address in Dunkirk, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul was surrounded by county chamber and elected officials. Their mission: get her involved and wearing a #myfredonia T-shirt.

She was thrilled to oblige.

There’s two days left in the Small Business Revolution contest, Fredonia is faring well but needs to continue to vote. Rich Ryan, at the Opera House rally on Tuesday, gave some excellent perspective. It’s important to get out front early in contests like these.

Mission accomplished.

But the work needs to continue. Here’s a link to vote for Fredonia and make it No. 1. Winning this event is more than just $500,000 for renovations — it puts us in a national spotlight.

That benefits everyone.



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