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It is hard for me to believe that six weeks has already passed since April 17th when I was officially seated in the New York State Assembly as the representative for the Hudson Valley’s 103rd Assembly District. The unanimous resolution … Continue reading
Dear Reader, This week I was nominated by the Democratic and Working Families Parties to be their candidate in a special election for the 103rd Assembly District seat vacated when Marc Molinaro was elected Dutchess County Executive in November. The election, … Continue reading