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“The President’s remarks today inspired me to share a story” by Nate Shinagawa

The following was written by Nate Shinagawa, 2012 candidate for Congress from the NY-23rd, Current Vice-Chair of the Tompkins County Legislature, and hospital administrator at Guthrie Clinic in Sayre, Pa. It was posted on his Facebook page on Friday, July … Continue reading

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Martha Robetson’s Campaign Raised over $278,000!

Congressional Candidate Martha Robertson (NY-23) Raises Over $278,000 to End Fundraising Quarter with Nearly a Quarter Million Dollars on Hand   Grassroots Contributions from Within the District Drive Robertson to Raise Significantly More in Campaign’s First Quarter than Incumbent Congressman … Continue reading

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Martha Robertson Will Run For NY 23rd’s Congressional Seat

A flurry of news has been coming out in the past two days about  2014 Campaign for the NY 23rd’s  seat in Congress. Martha Robertson, the Tompkins County Legislature Chairperson announced that she will run for the seat currently held … Continue reading

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Why Democrats Can’t Afford A Primary In The Corning Mayoral Race

Corning New York has held a special position in the previous 29th and now renamed 23rd congressional district. It can only be an interesting trend that Corning has enough political capital for a Congressman to come from their pool of … Continue reading

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The Rebirth of Rural Populism in Upstate New York

The following article was written by Paolo Cremidis of Elmira, New York. It was originally published on the Daily Kos website in January, 2013. It was republished here with permission of the author. We must remember as progressives that if the … Continue reading

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Shinagawa Speaks at Martin Luther King Day Luncheon

He spoke of sequoia trees in California which live for hundreds of years and grow very large, but have shallow roots. “They are able to stand because the roots go out and interconnect with each other.” Nate Shinagawa at the … Continue reading

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Nate Shinagawa Speaks on Fracking & Martin Luther King, Jr. Events

 The Tompkins County Legislature’s Vice Chairman and former congressional candidate Nate Shinagawa spoke at a NY Youth Against Fracking Event last Saturday (January 12). From his facebook page, Shinagawa wrote:: I was really inspired by all the middle and high school students at … Continue reading

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Ithaca Gun Buy Back Program

The Ithaca Journal reports that the City of Ithaca will have a gun buy back program on Saturday, January 5 from 8:30-4:30 at two locations in Ithaca, Ithaca Fire Department and Tompkins County Airport Fire Department. Tompkins County Vice-Chairman Nate … Continue reading

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“Non Profit Quarterly” analyzes Shinagawa’s Campaign

(Photo by The Corning Leader) NPQ (Non-Profit Quarterly) has a feature about Nate Shinagawa titled, “Turning a Pro-Nonprofit Message into a Winning Electoral Strategy.” Shinagawa was one of eight candidates who received the endorsement of CForward, a PAC “devoted specifically … Continue reading

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Nate Shinagawa gets letter from Hillary Clinton

From an article Politico (and other news outlets including MSNBC’s ‘The Last Word’, and Nate’s facebook page)  tells us a few days after the election, Nate Shinagawa received a letter from Hillary Clinton saying in part: “I hope you will … Continue reading

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