Tag Archives: 2010 Election

Here and Abroad

Watching the end of the NY State Legislative session I had run last November to be part of has been an interesting experience … Maybe “it’s complicated” would be a more appropriate description,  but “interesting” will have to suffice. The good … Continue reading

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Homeland Security

What makes you feel secure? Several years ago I brought home a poster which is prominently displayed on a bulletin board in the kitchen.  It shows a picture of a lush farm stand, brimming with tomatoes, peppers, squash and other autumn … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality-The Time is Now

While the world continues to bask in the afterglow of Friday’s picture perfect wedding between the royal Prince William and his commoner bride Kate Middleton, it is time that we in New York State turn our attention to finally embracing … Continue reading

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Census and Sensibility

This is the first of what surely will be several posts on the 2010 Census and redistricting — a hot button issue if ever there was one right now. Redistricting impacts all our legislative districts, at the county level as … Continue reading

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Birth of a Blogista

Just one year ago I publicly announced my candidacy for the New York State Senate. I did not then, nor do I now, think of myself as a politician. But, having been urged to run by many thoughtful and concerned people … Continue reading

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