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Why Delgado won

Why Delgado won

It was not so much that Delgado did better than 2016 nominee Zephyr Teachout had but that Faso 2018 performed less well than Faso 2016 — an indicator of intense Democratic engagement in this year’s election.

Kingston mayor says new grants office at City Hall a boon to the budget

Kingston mayor says new grants office at City Hall a boon to the budget

With the city increasingly relying on grant money to fund everything from new sidewalks and sewer upgrades to firefighters and an in-house health and wellness consultant, Mayor Steve Noble is seeking a beefed-up administrative team to handle the complex task of managing existing grants and seeking out new ones. Noble’s proposed 2019 city budget includes a request for $93,580 in new spending to fund a dedicated Office of Grants Management at City Hall.

Ulster’s blue wave: Delgado, Figueroa win as Dems enjoy a good night

Ulster’s blue wave: Delgado, Figueroa win as Dems enjoy a good night

As President Donald Trump delivered a midterm election message that leaned heavily on foreboding and fear, first-time congressional candidate Antonio Delgado was urging his supporters to “lean into your love.” On election night, voters across the sprawling 19th Congressional District did just that, electing the 41-year-old former corporate attorney and unseating Republican John Faso.