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  • Transcript Hi. This is Matt Nelligan, republican candidate for mayor of Schenectady. I'm calling people tonight to join my Live telephone Town Hall event to discuss the issues most important to you and your family. Please stand the line and we'll be right with you. Press nine to opt out of future calls. You'll hear music until the event begins in a few moments. This call was paid for by friends of Matt Nelligan 518-723-0436. Thank you again. Please stand the line. Our event will begin shortly. Please hold while we connect you to your event. The event is currently in music hold and will start momentarily. Please note, this call may be monitored, recorded, or rebroadcast. Good evening, everyone, and welcome to Matt Nelligan's live telephone town hall event. Matt is the Republican candidate for the mayor of City of Schenectady, and for the next hour, he'll be taking your calls and answering your questions. If you would like to ask a question during this event, please press star three on your telephone keypad. A staff member will collect your name and question. Then the next time you hear your name, you will be live on the call and able to ask your question. So again, if you have a question you'd like to ask during today's Q and A, please press star three to enter the question queue. Now, as we get this call started, here's some background on Matt. He and his wife Jackie, live here in the city. They have eight children between them, which makes for a very busy life. Matt is a graduate of Sienna College and the College of St. Rose with a master's in political science. He served as a social studies teacher for 13 years and then spent 15 years in the New York Minute as chief of staff to three members. He now operates a consulting business in Latham. Matt's focus in the campaign has been crime, taxes, ethics and infrastructure. He welcomes your questions on these or other topics that are important to you and your family. So remember, please.
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