Thanks To Community

May 15, 2024 at 6:39 p.m.


Editor, Times-Union:
After the dust has settled from this 2024 Primary Campaign season, I wanted to take a moment to express my sincere gratitude to the people of Kosciusko County for their incredible support during my recent campaign for Northern District County Commissioner. While the outcome may not have been what we hoped for, the journey has been invaluable to me. I am humbled by the support my family and I received during my campaign, and I am thankful for the extra love and support my wife Lauren expressed through this journey for me as I ran.
This was my first venture into county politics, and I am thrilled by the response and encouragement I received from our community. Meeting so many passionate individuals and learning more about what makes our county so special, has been a truly enriching experience. I am more determined than ever to harness these resources to enhance the well-being of Kosciusko County.
I am deeply grateful to everyone who supported me and helped spread the message of my campaign, centered on the values of family, community, and opportunity. It means a great deal to me to have had such a positive and honest campaign experience. Integrity and authenticity are values I hold dear, and I am proud that we maintained those principles throughout our campaign. I resisted the temptation to go negative and even chose to take the high road when false statements were made about me. I remained open and honest when presented with tough questions and kept my focus on what I felt was best for our county, strengthening our foundation for a better tomorrow.
While this election chapter closes, my commitment to our community remains steadfast. I eagerly anticipate continuing my involvement in initiatives that promote growth, unity, and progress for Kosciusko County. Building new relationships and collaborating with fellow community members excites me, and I look forward to the opportunities ahead.
Once again, thank you to everyone who believed in me, volunteered their time, and supported our vision for a better Kosciusko County. Together, we will continue to make a positive difference.
With Sincere Gratitude,
Nathan Scherer
Syracuse, via email


Editor, Times-Union:
After the dust has settled from this 2024 Primary Campaign season, I wanted to take a moment to express my sincere gratitude to the people of Kosciusko County for their incredible support during my recent campaign for Northern District County Commissioner. While the outcome may not have been what we hoped for, the journey has been invaluable to me. I am humbled by the support my family and I received during my campaign, and I am thankful for the extra love and support my wife Lauren expressed through this journey for me as I ran.
This was my first venture into county politics, and I am thrilled by the response and encouragement I received from our community. Meeting so many passionate individuals and learning more about what makes our county so special, has been a truly enriching experience. I am more determined than ever to harness these resources to enhance the well-being of Kosciusko County.
I am deeply grateful to everyone who supported me and helped spread the message of my campaign, centered on the values of family, community, and opportunity. It means a great deal to me to have had such a positive and honest campaign experience. Integrity and authenticity are values I hold dear, and I am proud that we maintained those principles throughout our campaign. I resisted the temptation to go negative and even chose to take the high road when false statements were made about me. I remained open and honest when presented with tough questions and kept my focus on what I felt was best for our county, strengthening our foundation for a better tomorrow.
While this election chapter closes, my commitment to our community remains steadfast. I eagerly anticipate continuing my involvement in initiatives that promote growth, unity, and progress for Kosciusko County. Building new relationships and collaborating with fellow community members excites me, and I look forward to the opportunities ahead.
Once again, thank you to everyone who believed in me, volunteered their time, and supported our vision for a better Kosciusko County. Together, we will continue to make a positive difference.
With Sincere Gratitude,
Nathan Scherer
Syracuse, via email


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