THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
If no candidate receives a majority on June 3, the top two vote-getters will square off in November. Conventional wisdom suggests those two will be Fudge and Gore, with labor unions and the Democratic Party lined up in support of Fudge and business and agriculture interests backing Gore.
But there's another candidate we believe is better suited for this office, someone who entered the race late but is no newcomer to the county's problems and offers a breadth of knowledge and experience needed to hit the ground running. That person is Ken Churchill.