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NY 44th Senate District

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Hugh Farley (R), (Inc.)
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Fred Goodman (D)
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BK Keramati (WF)
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NY 45th Senate District

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Betty Little (R), (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 47th Senate District

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Joe Griffo (R) (inc.)
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Kevin Martin (D)
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Michael W. Boncella (WF)
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NY 48th Senate District

Candidates:

Darrell Aubertine (D) (Inc.)
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David Renzi (R)
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NY 110th Assembly District

Candidates:

James Tedisco (R) (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 112th Assembly District

Candidates:

Roy McDonald (R) (Inc.)
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Ian McGaughey (D, I, WF)
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NY 113th Assembly District

Candidates:

Teresa Sayward (R) (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 114th Assembly District

Candidates:

Janet Duprey (R) (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 117th Assembly District

Candidates:

Marc Butler (R) (Inc.)
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Dan Carter (D)
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NY 118th Assembly District

Candidates:

Addie J. Russell (D)
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Bobby Cantwell (R)
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NY 122th Assembly District

Candidates:

Dede Scozzafava (R) (Inc.)
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Democrat Addie Jenne Russell and Republican Bobby Cantwell compete for the 118th "River District" Assembly seat.
Democrat Addie Jenne Russell and Republican Bobby Cantwell compete for the 118th "River District" Assembly seat.

Youth, positive campaign in 118th Assembly race

The vicious Aubertine-Renzi senate campaign in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties has largely eclipsed a very different kind of race. Democrat Addie Jenne Russell and Republican Bobby Cantwell have run a cordial campaign for the 118th Assembly district. And they've made sure to include independent candidate Don Lucas, whose name doesn't even appear on the ballot. David Sommerstein has this profile.  Go to full article
Democratic Senator Darrel Aubertine

48th Senate race: Aubertine wants tax & mandate relief

Democratic Senator Darrel Aubertine and Republican David Renzi clashed in their final debate last night in Watertown. Aubertine is trying to protect his Senate seat just eight months after he won it in last winter's special election. Aubertine cites funding for capital projects at SUNY Canton and SUNY Oswego, and delaying the closure of Lee Memorial hospital in Fulton, as his biggest accomplishments during his brief Senate tenure. Aubertine's a former dairy farmer from Cape Vincent. He served three terms as the Assemblyman along the St. Lawrence River in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties. He told David Sommerstein his biggest priority is to cut down the state's record budget deficit while reducing property taxes.  Go to full article
Republican David Renzi

Renzi advocates tax cuts, defends attacks

Senator Darrel Aubertine raised almost a quarter of a million dollars in the last three weeks. And he spent nearly that amount. That's according to the latest campaign finance data filed on Friday. Aubertine, a Democrat, is locked in a fierce race with Republican David Renzi for the 48th Senate seat. Renzi raised more than $155,000 over the same time period. He spent $137,000. Both men received most of the money from their respective state party committees. The only poll in the race showed Aubertine with a 20% lead in late September. The big infusion of cash to Aubertine's campaign suggests that lead may have tightened. The Aubertine-Renzi race will be watched closely across New York. It could determine which party controls the State Senate next year. Republicans are clinging to a one-seat edge. Negative attack ads and accusations have dominated the race. Today we begin the first of two interviews with the candidates. David Renzi, the Republican challenger, is a prosecutor and former public defender in Watertown. He's never held public office. Renzi's waged an aggressive campaign as an outsider who wants to bring reform to Albany. He won the endorsement of the Syracuse Post-Standard newspaper. Renzi told David Sommerstein his first priority is to lower taxes.  Go to full article

NYSUT mum on non-endorsement; Aubertine alleges secret deal

The state's largest teachers' union is staying quiet on why it didn't endorse a candidate in the 48th Senate campaign. Watertown lawyer David Renzi is trying to unseat...  Go to full article

Teachers union endorsements could shape next Senate

The state's largest teacher's union has endorsed 36 incumbent state Senators for re-election, rescinding a decision made earlier this year to stay neutral in the races. The...  Go to full article

Union leaves 48th Senate district off its list

The state teacher's union left a key North Country race off its list of endorsements yesterday. Martha Foley has more.  Go to full article

Friction between Paterson and GOP could impact election

Partisan tensions are flaring between Democratic Governor David Paterson and Republican Dean Skelos, the state Senate's majority leader. The GOP is maintaining control of its...  Go to full article

New polls show a tight race for control of the state Senate

A new poll finds that the contest for control of the state Senate between Republicans and Democrats is likely to go down to the wire in this election year. Albany...  Go to full article

State Republicans close "green" gap with Democrats

A leading environmental group has published its annual guide of the voting records of state lawmakers on environmental bills. It found that Republicans in the State Senate,...  Go to full article

Poll shows state Senate could be evenly split

A new poll finds the battle for control of the State Senate between Democrats and Republicans could come down to the wire on Election Day. Albany correspondent Karen DeWitt...  Go to full article

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