A town-by-town breakdown of the presidential vote, now that the returns are official.
Spurred in part by anguish over the results of last week’s presidential election and partly by the appearance of racist graffiti on campus, hundreds of SUNY New Paltz students walked out of their classes at noontime last Friday for an energetic demonstration against the policies of Donald Trump.
The suits states that Trump’s “words and actions have proven him wholly untruthful and therefore unqualified and incapable of taking an oath of office or honoring an international treaty as President of the United States” and that he does not have “the temperament, knowledge, or political belief to adhere to the principles of the U.S. Constitution.”
Kingston-area reactions to Donald Trump’s surprise win ranged from jubilance and hope-filled to despair and dread the morning of the election results.
In the Mid-Hudson Valley, Clinton ran behind Obama and Trump ran ahead of Romney at every step, sometimes by a wide margin.
One unlikely event followed another…
And so it’s come to this: the final days of what’s certainly been the longest, perhaps the most contentious and
The race for county surrogate pits Republican nominee Peter Matera of Esopus against Democratic nominee Sara McGinty and Independence/Working Families/Green nominee Sharon Graff of Rosendale.
She’s been known to sleep out in a field with a shotgun to protect her sheep from coyotes. He’ll don a hardhat and climb a ladder with a bail of shingles in support of his family construction business.
This has been a most unusual election year. No matter who wins, the rancor will persist well after next Tuesday.