Oct 30, 2009 — The race to replace John McHugh in Congress has been characterized more by what the three candidates aren't saying than what they are saying. Republican Dede Scozzafava, Democrat Bill Owens, and Conservative Doug Hoffman have barely touched on many local issues, especially environmental ones. At a public forum Wednesday night in Plattsburgh, Scozzafava and Owens responded to questions about expanding the St. Lawrence Seaway, acid rain, and manure run-off from dairy farms. You can hear those answers at the link below. David Sommerstein reports on some other environmental issues left off the campaign trail.