It’s going to be an uphill fight in the general election this November 6 for incumbent Ulster County sheriff Paul VanBlarcum, steamrolled in Thursday’s Democratic primary by ex-state police officer and former Marine Juan Figueroa.
Turnout was very high for a primary, suggesting strong Democratic enthusiasm and tough races for Republicans in November.
Just days before the Sept. 13 Democratic Party primary, Cynthia Nixon and Zephyr Teachout were in the area, going door-to-door in Kingston last Sunday to tout their bids for the Democratic nomination for governor and attorney general respectively.
The NY-19 congressional poll gave Faso a 45-40 advantage, but Delgado supporters see reasons for optimism.
Democratic nominee for the 14th congressional district Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and attorney general candidate Zephyr Teachout will hold a rally at the Student Union Building Multipurpose Room Friday, September 7 from noon to 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
John Faso and his Republican surrogates have attacked Antonio Delgado over his former occupation as a rapper, despite Faso himself having no rapping experience whatsoever. Not even a mixtape.
Marcus Molinaro was in town last week to make his case for why he should be the next governor of New York.
Two independent candidates for Congress in New York’s 19th district, Diane Neal of Hurley and Dal Lamagna of Rhinebeck, are challenging the state Board of Elections’ decision last week that knocked them off November’s ballot.
Jen Metzger, candidate for NY State Senate in district 42, invite members of the community to visit her campaign’s new office at a grand opening celebration this Sunday, August 26 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at 1 Henry W DuBois Drive in New Paltz.
After an exhausting 17-month slog through a crowded primary field, Antonio Delgado coasted to a decisive election night victory on Tuesday in the Democratic primary for New York’s 19th Congressional District.