In November, all nine Kingston Common Council seats will go up for grabs, along with the city’s three seats on the county legislature. Democratic primaries for one legislative seat and single council seat will take place on Sept. 12.
Flanked by good-government advocates County Executive Mike Hein on Wednesday, May 31 unveiled proposed legislation that would make Ulster the first upstate county to offer public matching funds for elections.
The resolution, which would expresses an opinion by the legislature and not affect any local laws, was defeated in a party-line vote.
Ulster County legislator Don Gregorius, a five termer who has seen the local governance structure change from sole control by
Following the recommendations of a resolution drafted by its Environmental, Energy and Technology Committee, the Ulster County Legislature approved “Memorializing
When he’s in a nostalgic mood, recently re-elected County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach likes to talk about the time some 20-odd
Heading into Election Day, Democrats were pretty sure of taking the majority in the 23-member Ulster County Legislature. They did.
Ulster County Democrats have taken back the majority in a county legislature they lost in 2007. Unofficial returns on election
Sometimes politics goes not from ridiculous to sublime, but directly to hilarious. Witness the Ulster County Legislature’s $75,000 offering to
District 17 Ulster County’s District 17 legislative race will pit local realtor and incumbent Ken Wishnick (D) against New Paltz’s