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Rep. Tom Reed has commented about the Orlando Tragedy through a Press Release and his Campaign Facebook page. His June 12th (after the Orlando Massacre ) Campaign Facebook comment was: Our world has been shaken by terrorism repeatedly, but Obama still … Continue reading
Congress Tom Reed will be hold a series of Town Hall Meetings on Saturday, February 20. He has not announced his schedule, yet, but the Town of Starkey (Yates) Clerk let the secret out when she announced that he … Continue reading
I voted in support of the American Security Against Foreign Enemies Act because I care about keeping Americans safe by keeping terrorists out of our country. — Tom Reed Tom Reed may care more about embarrassing our President and our … Continue reading
What are the GOP’s concerns? Here are some things that they seem unconcerned about: Climate change Environmental pollution Economic collapse Government shutdown Default Unemployment Underfunded schools Disabled persons’ plight Poverty Drought Oligarchy ISIS Deteriorating infrastructure Domestic Terrorism Mass murder War … Continue reading
I care about the people across the region and it’s only fair that we work to create quality, family-sustaining jobs, right here at home.–Tom Reed. I generally support the proposal for a Photonics Institute in Western NY, but I am … Continue reading
This week marks the anniversary of the flood in Yates County. Most houses and businesses that were affected by the waters have been repaired. The Village is still working with FEMA on municipal losses; everything is not back to the … Continue reading