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Cristopher Kaufman: “We, as a community, can have different opinions, philosophies or ideas, but that shouldn’t make us enemies”

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To my fellow residents, No matter how you voted, we need to remember, we are one community and we all want what’s best for this community, even if our way of achieving that differs from one another. We, as a community, can have different opinions, philosophies or ideas, but that shouldn’t make us enemies. We need to set better examples for our children and our fellow residents. We must learn, or remember, to treat each other with kindness and respect. I tried to run this campaign with a positive message and showed nothing but respect for Mr. Loncto throughout. I may not agree with everything he’s done, but I wish him nothing but the best and appreciate his years of service. To those that did support me during this campaign, I can’t thank you enough. When you have the support system that I had, and the community behind you, you feel like you can do anything. We still have a lot of work to do, but it’s the beginning of change. We are all #RidgewoodStrong.

Cristopher Kaufman

 

6 thoughts on “Cristopher Kaufman: “We, as a community, can have different opinions, philosophies or ideas, but that shouldn’t make us enemies”

  1. Good Luck Mr. Kaufman.
    You had the guts to run for elected office and won.
    Ignore the armchair quarterbacks that hurl insults instead of competing ideas.
    Just try to do the right thing, and remember the TAXPAYER.

  2. Kaufman is clearly normal, in that, he’s not interested in becoming enemies with anyone. But that doesn’t mean he will not start bumping into people in his new role as a member of the district’s board who already have ill will toward him because they are naked partisans or perceive him as a threat to their particular fiefdom. Just add water, and–Poof! Instant enemies.

  3. Everyone should support Cris, who had the guts to step into that cesspool to try and decontaminate it. He is a great start. More replacements to follow

  4. He does not seem like the sharpest tack in the box but lets hope he realizes he was elected to challenge the school budget. Otherwise it was all a waste of our time.

  5. No more hashtags by elected officials in public statements, please. They say “I don’t know how to express myself in words.”

  6. He used others to say negative comments on face book and continues to associate with them. How is that permitted but the harwin campaign was ridiculed for similar tactics. Its all bad and more proof this town is going down hill

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