Jamestown Republican’s To Host Meet And Greet

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JAMESTOWN – The City of Jamestown Republican Committee and endorsed Republican Candidate for Mayor David Wilfong will host a meet and greet on Tuesday, March 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Sauce Restaurant, 306 North Main Street, Jamestown.

In a media release over the weekend Mayoral Candidate Dave Wilfong said he is looking forwarding to meeting with consituents and talking more about his campaign.








“We have a diverse, experienced slate of candidates who are already working hard to get elected and will make the changes to Jamestown City government that are necessary to allow our great city to grow, improve and become the All American City that it once was”, said Wilfong.

“There have been many great recent improvements to downtown Jamestown including the National Comedy Center, The Double Tree Hotel, and locally owned restaurants like Sauce and the Crown Street Roasting Company. But we need to expand this Renaissance to the gateways of Jamestown such as East Second Street and Fluvanna Avenue and our neighborhoods as well”, Wilfong added.









Other endorsed candidates include: Ward 1 Councilman Brent Sheldon, Ward 2 Councilman Anthony Dolce, Ward 4 Council candidate Brittnay Spry, Ward 5 Council Candidate Grant Olson, At large Councilwoman Kimberly Ecklund, At Large Council Candidates Gregory Lindquist and Jeffrey Russell, District 10 Legislator Paul Wendell, Jr., and District 12 County Legislator Elisabeth Rankin. Also, County Executive George Borrello has been endorsed by the County Republican Committees to fill the recently vacated 57th State Senate District seat that was held by Cathy Young.

The meet and greet is open to Jamestown Republicans, Conservatives and Libertarians in good standing, who will have an opportunity to interact and ask candidates questions.















Food will be provided as well as a cash bar. Organizers said political donations will be accepted at the door.

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