Tuesday, November 2, 2010
By DANIELLE LYNCH
RIDLEY – With less than an hour left before the polls close, Bryan Lentz, the Democratic candidate in the 7th Congressional District race, continues to greet voters and encourage them to vote.
“I feel good about my campaign,” said Lentz, a two-term state representative. “I think I ran on important issues.”
Lentz said he has hosted over 100 public events and his team has knocked on thousands of doors.
If Lentz loses, he said he plans to spend a lot of time with his family and practice law. Similar to his Republican opponent, Pat Meehan, Lentz said it’s too early to say whether he’d run again in 2012.
“Everyone should vote,” said Lentz, while standing outside a poll at Woodlyn Elementary School just before 7 p.m. “It shouldn’t be about individual candidates winning or losing.
“Everyone should participate and make their voices heard about the direction of the country.”