Tonawanda News — He said he is excited for the chance to vote in a presidential race and that he doesn’t have sympathy for young people who complain about politics but don’t make it to the polls on election day.
“The people that are lazy and don’t want to go out and vote, they don’t really have that much room to talk if they’re not going to follow through with what they believe in,” Lobianco said. “If you have the opportunity to vote, vote. If you don’t then I think you don’t have the right to complain.”Contact reporter Michael Regan at 693-1000, ext. 4115.