Simone Kraus is a New Jersey resident, who receives medical care in Orange County, NY and serves on the board of the LGBTQ+ advocacy organization TriVersity, which operates out of Milford, PA.
MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Manager Josh Potosek at a meeting of the Executive Committee on January 17 reacted to some police proposals put forward by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in his State of the State Address.
I’m often heard telling folks that it’s important we “take care of our own”—that we pay county employees a living wage that doesn’t require them to be lining up at our Social Services office just to put food on the family table, or, just as bad, taking their skills elsewhere. I’ve written about that topic in this very space.
REGION — Seven environmental groups have come together to urge the governors of the four states that border the Delaware River to attend a summit in 2019 with all four governors, part of a campaign called 4 the Delaware. The governors are John Carney Jr.
NEW YORK STATE — With Democrats set to take control of the New York State Senate, and with a growing number of states legalizing recreational marijuana, the New York State Assembly is holding a series of four hearings about doing just that, while also taking input from members of the public.
ALBANY, NY — There are 63 senate districts in New York State, and this year 31 are held by Republicans and 32 are held by Democrats. Republicans still hold the majority however because one Democrat, Simcha Felder, caucused with the Republicans.
New York races
REGION — In New York and Pennsylvania there are many important elections in this midterm poll, including one for governor in Pennsylvania, one for Attorney General in New York, one senate race in each state, congressmen and congresswomen, state senators, representatives and assembly people.
NY 19TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT — As a swing district, the New York 19TH Congressional is one of the most closely watched in the country and a new poll from Monmouth University has Democrat Antonio Delgado pulling ahead of Republican John Faso.
ALBANY, NY — The New York State Attorney General (AG) has the authority to investigate Wall Street, and just about any industry or person in the person state who seems to be doing something wrong.