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Doug Malone is a ‘destructive bully’

To the editor,

Never have I been so ashamed of an elected official than I am of my legislator Doug Malone.

He is a destructive force within our county government, as well as a bully. I have heard countless stories of him clashing with those who think differently than him, and then taking the debate hostage on the floor of the legislature.

We see this dysfunction in Albany and Washington constantly, and we don’t need Doug’s partisan rancor here in Oswego County. He is a political hack who hates his enemies. We need legislators who will put aside partisan differences and work together.

That said, I would never expect anyone to work with Doug Malone. He has burnt so many bridges that he has turned himself into his own illogical island.

But that is just fine because we have a real choice in this election. Joe Susino is a true and respectable citizen that I will be proud to call my legislator. Please join me in supporting Joe Susino on November 5 for legislator.

Sincerely,

Francis Rhines

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