Cheevers Heads to the Polls

By WBNG News

Cheevers Heads to the Polls

November 6, 2012 Updated Nov 6, 2012 at 7:06 PM EST

Town of Union, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Town of Union residents continue to hit the voting booths to choose their Town Supervisor.

Democratic challenger, former Town of Union Supervisor, Jack Cheevers, made his way to the polls at Maine-Endwell Middle School today.

He says that it's hard to get a feel on most of the elections going on and that the power is truly in the voters hands now.

He hopes that everyone gets out to vote and lets their opinion be counted.

"Some things going on in the town that I've been watching for over actually five decades and been watching it and been elected for four of them, but I've never seen such secrecy and self-serving, but I think we'll see if they want to keep things going, they know what they can do and if they want to get back to normal, we'll also see if that happens," said Jack Cheevers.

If elected, this will be Cheevers' sixth term as Town of Union Supervisor.

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