Tupper man shakes up village board race with write-in campaign
TUPPER LAKE – Four days before Election Day, Tupper Lake resident John Lamora told the Enterprise he is mounting a write-in campaign to become a village trustee.
Lamora, a Democrat who isn’t on the ballot, said Friday afternoon he is challenging incumbents Rick Donah and Leon LeBlanc for their seats, which are expiring. Both men are running for re-election on the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines. Lamora hopes voters will write his name in instead.
On Monday the Enterprise will publish a full report on this race, including profiles of all three candidates.