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Darrel Aubertine makes his case at a senior health fair he sponsored in Fulton.
Darrel Aubertine makes his case at a senior health fair he sponsored in Fulton.

Aubertine leans on experience, rural roots

The 48th State Senate district is shaping up to be one of the most closely watched races in New York State on Election Day. Republican Patty Ritchie's effort to unseat Democratic Senator Darrel Aubertine could tip the balance of power in the Senate back to the GOP.

State campaign committees of both parties have spent more than a million dollars in the 48th just since October 1st. Most of that money went to TV ads.
Darrel Aubertine is seeking his second full term in the Senate after several years in the Assembly. He's the legislature's only farmer. And he's running as a bipartisan lawmaker who lives rural issues and knows how to get things done. David Sommerstein has this profile.  Go to full article
Everybody seems to be butting each other's head. A little cooperation, I think...instead of fighting each other.

Seniors lay out election issues

It's a little over two weeks until Election Day. David Sommerstein went to the Senior Health and Information Fair in Fulton, in Oswego County, to ask senior citizens what's on their minds with the mid-term election approaching. Here's what some of them said.  Go to full article
Roger Fulton
Roger Fulton

Glens Falls man begins 300-mile canoe trek

A Glens Falls author and tour guide leaves tomorrow on a summer long canoe trek from Lake George to the St. Lawrence River. Roger Fulton, co-author of the Common Man book series, says his canoe trip will retrace the water routes used during the French and Indian War, including the Hudson River, Lake George, Lake Champlain and the St. Lawrence River. Todd Moe spoke with him about the trip, his 18th century attire and canoe.  Go to full article
McHugh and Clinton visit a farm near Fulton
McHugh and Clinton visit a farm near Fulton

Clinton, McHugh Announce Rural Economic Package

After Ogdensburg, the pair headed south to a dairy farm in Oswego County. Clinton and McHugh talked about a fix for the way farmers are paid for their milk. The current system allows for big price swings, but a solution to fit farms around the country has been elusive for decades. David Sommerstein was on hand and has this report.  Go to full article

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