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2016 Election/Post Election News

Tue Dec 20th, 2016

Chris Gibson answered questions posed by Susan Lerner Monday night at  the Student Union at SUNY New Paltz, ranging over issues that have been at the center of Lerner’s organization,...

Mon Nov 28th, 2016

Among the stacks of catalogues that fill our mailbox, I found a large card of the kind typically used in political mail that urged me to join ReclaimNewYork.org.  It suggested...

Wed Nov 9th, 2016

Millbrook (the Town of Washington) voted Republican, which was no surprise.  It normally does.  But it did vote for Senator Schumer, a Democrat, which is a surprise. 

TOW voted for...

by Tonia Shoumatoff and Stephen Kaye in 2016 Election/Post Election News
Mon Oct 31st, 2016

Congressional aspirant Zephyr Teachout visited Amenia Sunday at noon in the small room over Back in the Kitchen, drawing a crowd of 50 or so. In her talk she emphasized...

The Stanfordville Forum
by Kevin T. McEneaney in 2016 Election/Post Election News
Wed Oct 26th, 2016

Stanfordville Grange hospitably provided an event for local candidates running for federal and state office. They offered attendees a free home-cooked turkey dinner. About thirty people attended. I was impressed...

Thu Oct 20th, 2016

The Stanford Grange holds a candidates night October 25 at 7:30 p.m. moderated by James U. Rogers. Candidates for the State Assembly, the State Senate and the U.S. Congress have...

Mon Oct 17th, 2016

Zephyr Teachout reports receiving 55,047 contributions from 31,027 donors.  She reports that her average contribution was $29.50. She has raised a total of $1,624,602 in Q3 and has a total of $1,472,689 on hand for the homestretch.

Her total contributions...

Thu Oct 6th, 2016

The candidates for the open seats in the Village of Millbrook government number five for four vacant seats. 

Rod Brown is running for mayor. He is unopposed. He has been...

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