Victory in New York’s 106th AD!

 Tuesday was, quite simply, a great night — for our country, for the Hudson Valley and for our campaign to win a full term in the New York State Assembly. Our victory was truly a team effort and I am so grateful to you for being part of our awesome team. We worked hard for our victory, knocking on thousands of doors, calling thousands of voters and making sure our message was heard loud and clear. This was no easy task since some 60% of the newly drawn 106th district was different from the district I had won in March.

We were upbeat and positive throughout the campaign because I am bullish on the Hudson Valley. I know we can work together to create the private sector jobs that stay local, that we can bring tax relief to our families, farms and small businesses while being sure our kids get the best educational opportunities possible, and that we can assure that folks feel safe in their homes, schools and communities. I know we can do this together because we’ve already worked together to do something many folks doubted we could do: Win two times in eight months in a region that local son Franklin Delano Roosevelt never could carry when he ran for President!

Thank you for your support.



About Diner Dialogues

Didi Barrett was elected to the New York State Assembly in a special election in March 2012 and re-elected to a full term in November 2012. Her district, the 106th AD, covers some of the most beautiful parts of Columbia and Dutchess Counties. She has deep roots in the Hudson Valley and came to elected office after a career as a community activist, writer and longtime leader of not-for-profit organizations. Didi is passionate about the agricultural, natural, cultural and historic resources of the Hudson Valley and their critical importance as economic engines and job generators. She is also a great fan of the iconic diners that dot the region. As a member of the Assembly she serves on the Committees on Aging; Agriculture; Economic Development, Job Creation, Commerce and Industry; Mental Health; Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development and Veterans Affairs.
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