Tag Archives: Mitrano

Who will vote in the June 26 Democratic Primary?

Primaries elections are strange political devices that can be awful hard to predict. Especially in a district that where a primary is rare. Especially with a party which where a primary is rare. ¬†Especially when the race has five qualified … Continue reading

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The “NY-23 Five” Candidates’ Petitions are in! What’s next?

According to an article from the Salamanca Press, more than 14,000 democrats signed the nominating petitions for the “NY-23 Five” Democratic Congressional Candidates. The article listed the number of signatures reported by the Candidates’ campaigns, mostly given in round numbers … Continue reading

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Petitioning: The Campaign’s Next Phase

The next phase of the NY23rd Congressional Campaign will begin on March 6 (Tuesday). That is the first day the candidates and their campaign teams can ask registered NY23rd Democrats to sign their nominating petitions. Each campaign will decide when … Continue reading

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NY-23 Democratic Candidate Poll

  A group of engaged and concerned Citizens of the NY-23rd Congressional District has created a poll about the seven democratic candidates trying to be the Democratic Party’s nominee for the November election. The poll is not associated with any … Continue reading

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Chautauqua Endorsement & Upcoming Events

On Saturday, January 20, the Chautauqua County Democratic Committee voted to endorse Jamestown Attorney Eddie Sundquist to be the Democratic Nominee for Congress. According to the Press Release from CCDC’s Chair Norm Green, the Committee needed four rounds of voting … Continue reading

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A campaign dilemma

I am calling on Gov. Cuomo to stop politicizing tragedies like the massacre in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas tragedy was a horrible event that has shaken the lives of so many of our fellow Americans and events like this … Continue reading

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