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Lewis County Republicans to host ‘Food for Thought’

Posted 6/1/22

Local residents are invited to meet the Republican Candidates for lunch and conversation at one of two area food trucks as part of its “Food for Thought” meet and greet from 11:30 …

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Lewis County Republicans to host ‘Food for Thought’

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LOWVILLE — Local residents are invited to meet the Republican Candidates for lunch and conversation at one of two area food trucks as part of its “Food for Thought” meet and greet from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 4, at the Lewis County Fairgrounds next to the Nichols Building.

The Lewis County Republican Committee invited candidates running in either a local, state or federal level race to share their thoughts on a wide variety of issues.

Among the candidates who are planning to attend, according to event organizers, include:

-Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-21, Schuylerville;

-County Court Judge Dan King;

-Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush, R-117, Black River;

-Assemblyman Mark Walczyk, R-116, Watertown;

-Supreme Court Judge candidates Julie Grow Denton and Mark Rose.

-Also invited are Republican candidates running for state governor.

The cost is $30 a person which includes a $20 coupon to purchase food at either Sassy
Mama’s or City Sawgz of NNY food truck. Chairman Club members can pick up their tickets at the booth. All others can purchase tickets the day of the event, according to the announcement by event organizers.

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