After its Wednesday, March 5th meeting, Warren County Democratic Chair Lynne Boecher released the following statement:
"The Warren County Democratic Committee announces their endorsement of
independent businessman Aaron Woolf of Essex County for the 21st
Congressional seat being vacated by fellow democrat Bill Owens.
"Mr. Woolf, an award winning documentary filmmaker and small
business owner, brings a refreshing new voice to the Congressional
dialogue. He articulates a faith in the independent spirit of the North
Country and proposes capable solutions to the quagmire of ideas that
have plagued the political arena.
Aaron Woolf represents the
integrity, commitment and drive that distinguishes this district and
will represent all voters well in Congress.
"In addition, the full county democratic committee endorsed
unanimously Glens Falls attorney Elizabeth A. Donohue for Glens Falls
City Judge, replacing the retiring Judge Richard Tarantino.
"Ms. Donohue, a practicing attorney in Glens Falls for over thirty
years, was also endorsed by the full Glens Falls Democratic Committee
and if elected will be the first female judge in Warren County, making
history. Ms. Donohue has represented litigants in both civil and
criminal proceedings and has served as a special prosecutor and is also
on the Warren and Washington County Law Guardian panels. She is a past
President of the Warren County Bar Association.
"Lynne Boecher, Warren County Democratic Chair"
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Monday, May 6, 2013
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
114th Assembly District Candidate Dennis Tarantino was out early this morning to vote and thank election workers while later in the morning Warren County Chair Lynne Boecher and Treasurer Dave O'Brien were visiting voters and planting signs before heading to the West Glens Falls firehouse polling station on the first stop thanking election inspectors with a candy gift.
Friday, September 21, 2012
Den Tarantino found a large and receptive crowd at the opening of the Adirondack Balloon Festival, first at the inaugural launch at Crandall Park, and later at the antique car show in downtown Glens Falls. It was a busy afternoon and evening with Den meeting a surprising number of supporters urging him on.
Thumbs up on the campaign!
Meeting young supporters
Talking with voters with Mayor Jack Diamond
Later, downtown, at the Wine Store
Den watches entrepreneur Bob Lansing, who has saved the classic Johnny Astro toy
With ladies from Cecelia's Kitchen
With Dan Hogan
Kids love stickers!
United Transportation Union Endorses Tarantino For Assembly!
Assembly candidate Dennis Tarantino announced today that his race for the open seat in the new 114th District has been endorsed by the United Transportation Union, AFL-CIO.
According to Samuel J. Nasca, New York State Legislative Director for the United Transportation Union, Tarantino’s history, credentials and “vast experience in politics and ancillary activities” well positioned him for the New York State Assembly.
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of the United Transportation Union,” Tarantino said. “I also appreciate the contribution the UTU makes to our state. I am grateful for labor support again and I look forward to working with the United Transportation Union in Albany in January.”
The union will be alerting its members of Tarantino’s candidacy, and will be working for his election November 6th, according to Legislative Director Nasca. The union represents rail, private and public transportation and aviation workers across New York State.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Great parade in Port Henry today. Nice to say hello to Congressman Owens, Assemblywoman Sayward and Town Supervisor Scozzafava. Really nice to meet the friendly crowds and walk with Penelope the Clown ("I want to go to Albany to get rid of those clowns!"...one bystander yelled back: "Good, but keep Penelope!") Off to Jay/Au Sable Forks for their parade on Labor Day.
Took some great pictures, too!
Took some great pictures, too!
Before the parade
After a thanks from the grandstand
Great Port Henry volunteers
Meet and greet
Gotta catch up with the parade
Kids love stickers
Thanks for a vet
More kids, more stickers
After the parade
Green Tarantino stickers were everywhere!
At the historic Miss Port Henry Diner