Friday, June 22, 2012
While this year's presidential primary stole much of the show, next up is June 26th's federal primary to decide who'll challenge Senator Kirsten Gillibrand for U.S. Senate.
The candidates are (left to right from the picture above) Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos, Manhattan Lawyer Wendy Long and Congressman Bob Turner, who shocked Democrats last year by wresting control of disgraced-Congressman Anthony Wiener's NYC seat.
And let's not forget about the 22nd Congressional District where Congressman Richard Hanna is facing a challenge from Michael J. Kicinski, Sr., of Earlville, NY.
Not sure where to vote? Visit Broome County's Board of Elections website for details on voting locations!
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Broome County Legislator Julie Lewis is gearing up to take on Donna Lupardo for a chance to represent the 123rd New York State Assembly District.
In addition to representing District 6 in the Broome County Legislature, where she's Chair of
the Public Health and Environment Committee, a member of the Human Services Committee and
the Finance Committee, Julie is a small business owner who runs Julie Lewis Photography. She's also a substitute teacher with Johnson City Schools and has served as a Crew Chief for the Vestal Volunteer Emergency Squad, among many other community pursuits.
A mother of six, she resides with her husband of 20 years, Mark, in their old family farmhouse in Vestal Center.