Asking for your vote!

By Steve Cichon
steve@buffalostories.com
@stevebuffalo

A social media recap of the 24 hours run-up to Election Day 2017, where I was the endorsed Democrat running for Erie County Clerk:

Thank you for eight months of love and support– I have two last favors to ask. First, if you believe that I would bring common sense and integrity to government, I humbly ask that you share this video with a personal message about why you’re voting for me with your Facebook friends.

Second, please, PLEASE vote tomorrow. Having a great message, having a heart in the right place, having the drive and determination to make our county and our world a better place doesn’t matter unless we get one more vote than the other guy. Thanks and love!

A Trusted Voice

Vote for the candidate with real world experience and a new voice: Vote Steve Cichon for Erie County Clerk on November 7th.

Posted by Steve Cichon for Erie County Clerk on Sunday, October 22, 2017

 

Somewhere, Grandpa Cichon was smiling…. as I interrupted people trying to make urgent last minute, get-out-the-vote phone calls with Paula’s Donuts.

In case you were wondering how I was voting in the clerk’s race…

It’s been eight long months on the campaign trail and hundreds of people have lent their time and talents (and maybe a spot on their lawn) to share the word: I would consider it an honor to bring common sense, humility, and public service to the clerk’s office. There are two final steps in that process. The first is done– I have my lucky bow tie socks on. The second is in your hands… Thank you for all your love, support and vote!!

You look for signs on a day like today, and these are the winter cups unveiled at Tim Hortons this morning…

The family that votes together… WINS!

 

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Steve Cichon

Steve Cichon is a proud Buffalonian helping the world experience the city he loves. writing about the people, places, and ideas that make Buffalo unique and special. The storyteller and historian has written six books, worn bow ties since the 80s, and spent 20 years working in Buffalo radio and TV, climbing his way to news director at WBEN Radio. Since then, he's been an adjunct professor, produced PBS documentaries, and even run for Erie County Clerk. Steve's Buffalo roots run deep: all eight of his great-grandparents called Buffalo home, with his first ancestors arriving here in 1827.