Incumbent U.S. Rep. Bill Owens (D-Plattsburgh) was elected to a third term in a tightly contested race against Republican opponent Matt Doheny on Election Day, Nov 6.
This was the nastiest race Republican Janet Duprey has ever participated in.
Incumbents Carolyn M. Meseck-Pratt and Robert G. Dunlop will face challenger Christopher W. Latremore for the right to fill two open town justice seats this election cycle.
Lloyd J. Clukey will face challenger Mark A. Siskavich for the post of highway superintendent in the Town of Dannemora Nov. 6.
Lloyd J. Clukey will face challenger Mark A. Siskavich for the post of highway superintendent in the Town of Dannemora Nov. 6. One year remains on the term that was previously held by Peter Barber, who stepped down earlier this year. Clukey was then appointed to replace Barber.
Incumbents Carolyn M. Meseck-Pratt and Robert G. Dunlop will face challenger Christopher W. Latremore for the right to fill two open town justice seats this election cycle. Both hold four-year terms.
Denton Publications recently sat down with incumbent Congressman Bill Owens and challenger Matt Doheny to discuss several key issues that relate to the North Country, nation, and the 2012 election. We asked each candidate the same six questions and allowed them to respond. Here is some of what they had to say:
A total of three candidates are running for the 115th Assembly Seat including incumbent, Republican Janet Duprey; Karen Bisso, a Plattsburgh City School teacher running as the Conservative Party candidate; and Democrat Timothy Carpenter, a City of Plattsburgh Councilor from Ward 1. Here are their responses to questions from Denton Publications:
League of Women Voters keeps the public informed.
Government officials from Clinton and Franklin County came together with peers from Essex County Oct. 22 to discuss the issue of sexual crimes, especially those involving children.
Gov. Cuomo makes economic development stop
National health care, Social Security reform and labor-union organizing were contentious topics as Congressman Bill Owens faced his political opponent Matt Doheny in the first of a series of three debates.
Boreas Ponds trek aimed at tourism
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and state officials visited North Hudson Sept. 29. The trip was designed to help promote tourism in the Adirondack Park and find new ways to attract tourists from around the world. The governor an state officials were joined by local elected representatives and economic development officials.
Karen Bisso has been to parades, gun shows and tractor pulls.
Non-profits and small businesses throughout the region will receive help from the state of New York in their continuing plight to recover from Tropical Storm Irene.
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