Jun 25, 2012 — Republican voters in New York's new 21st Congressional District have two choices when they head to the polls tomorrow: Matt Doheny and Kellie Greene. Doheny, a businessman from Watertown and a former Wall Street financier, is a familiar face. He ran against Democrat Bill Owens in 2010 and narrowly lost. His second run has widespread support among Republican, Conservative and Independence Party leaders across the North Country. Greene, a shipping and logistics specialist from Sackets Harbor, is a political newcomer looking to use grassroots support to beat Doheny. Chris Morris has more.