Saratoga PAC “In the News” with Survey Results to be Released

In an article in the September 13th Saratogian, Robert Manz, the Saratoga PAC Chairman, said there is no hidden agenda to the new political action committee Saratoga PAC, just a desire to keep a small city thriving in a region where thriving cities are not the norm. Manz said Saratoga PAC, a politically unaffiliated group that includes prominent business leaders, is still receiving replies to a mail survey that was sent out to residents. The group plans to release the results on Oct. 20 at the Holiday Inn and disclose the results of candidate interviews it has been conducting, though not all candidates have participated. Manz said the group’s leaders include Republicans, Democrats and independent voters. “Over half of them are lifelong city residents,” he said. “These are people who are truly invested in the future of the city of Saratoga Springs.”

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On the same day, the Times Union reported that the Saratoga PAC is interviewing candidates in races for the five-member Saratoga Springs City Council. “If you’re not growing, you’re going,” said Manz in this story. “Business drives economy; and economy drives social settings.” Manz said the PAC will announce the results of its survey next week, then put out a list of endorsements. He said the group was not targeting a political party. “We’re not buying politicians. We are voicing our opinion. And we are voicing our opinions on a number of issues, hopefully to help Saratoga to move forward.”

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