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State Assemblyman Announces Run For U.S. Senate

Howard Mills, an assemblyman from Orange County, has formally kicked off his candidacy for the U.S. Senate with a 4-day, 10-city blitz around New York State to introduce himself to voters. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article
Dede Scozzafava
Dede Scozzafava

Assembly Republicans Propose "Roadmap to Renewal"

Assemblywoman Dede Scozzafava talks with Martha Foley about the Assembly minority's agenda for 2004.  Go to full article
N. Elba supervisor Shirley Seney
N. Elba supervisor Shirley Seney

GOP Primary: Seney Holds On in N. Elba; Incumbents Lose in Moriah & Queensbury

Republicans went to the polls yesterday, for a party primary that offered some surprisingly tough races. In North Elba, where turnout was high, town supervisor Shirley Seney survived by a narrow 40-vote margin. As Brian Mann reports, a loss would have knocked Seney off the November ballot.  Go to full article
Incumbent Shirley Seney
Incumbent Shirley Seney

In North Elba, A Fierce (And Personal) Republican Primary

Voters across the region go to the polls tomorrow for a slate of primary elections. In North Elba - the biggest township in Essex County - the Republican race for town supervisor has turned ugly, as incumbent Shirley Seney fights to hold her seat. Brian Mann has the story.  Go to full article

Warren County GOP Changes Rules, Draws Criticism

The 113th Assembly district - in the eastern Adirondacks - offered one of the few competitive races in this year's election. At one point, four strong Republicans were vying for the open seat. Now, the Warren County Republican Committee has moved to tighten rules that insure party loyalty. As Brian Mann reports, some critics say the new rules will reduce the number of candidates.  Go to full article

Jefferson County Republican Head Steps Down

Jefferson County's head Republican will step down at the end of the month. Jim Leana cites personal reasons for his decision, not defeats in last month's elections. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

113th Assembly District: Tense Battle For Dollars & Votes

The 113th Assembly district race looks too close to call. With a week to go before the general election, candidates have filed their last campaign finance reports. The documents offer a snapshot of a tight, three-way battle. As Brian Mann reports, the district is a rare exception in a year when most races are heavily lopsided.  Go to full article

Scozzafava To Run As "Conservative"

A candidate who lost last week's GOP primary in the 113th Assembly district says he'll campaign hard in the general election. Thomas Scozzafava announced yesterday that he'll run on the Conservative Party line against Republican Teresa Sayward. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

Scozzafava Demands Recount in 113th GOP Assembly Primary

Election officials say the high number of absentee ballots are raising questions in the 113th Assembly District Republican Primary. Tom Scozzafava - who lost the initial tally by a narrow margin - is demanding a recount. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

GOP Federal Spending Up, But Not in North Country

A report published today by the Associated Press finds that Republican lawmakers have funneled billions more dollars to their districts since taking over Congress in 1994. But North Country lawmakers lagged far behind. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

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