Back to the future


Mill Hall

In most elections voters are faced with a difficult decision – vote for experience or vote for change. On May 21 the voters of Clinton County have a unique opportunity to select a candidate who checks both boxes. Miles Kessinger is no stranger to Clinton County government having served as county commissioner for six years and court administrator for 18 years. His public service also includes an eight-year stint on the Keystone Central School District board of directors and a current position on the Suburban Water Authority board of directors.

While Miles has vast experience with local politics, please don’t mistake him for someone who will be satisfied with the status quo. He is a man of conviction and won’t hesitate to make a difficult decision if it benefits the residents of Clinton County. Miles will faithfully serve his constituents with honesty, integrity, and loyalty.

Miles’ ties to our community could not be rooted any deeper. A life-long resident of Clinton County, he is a proud graduate of the former Bald Eagle-Nittany High School and Lock Haven University. Miles has devoted countless hours of service to local organizations such as the United Way, Clinton County Community Foundation, and Mill Hall Kiwanis benefiting countless Clinton County residents.

On May 21, please join me in voting for a leader who has served our community so admirably in the past and is passionate and excited to do so again. I believe Miles Kessinger possesses the strength, wisdom, and knowledge to guide Clinton County to a brighter tomorrow. Let’s go “Back to the Future” with Miles as county commissioner!


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