“It’s sad that some misleading mail is circulating in our community.” Response by State Senator Fred Akshar about misleading Martin babinec flyer
As a service to voters, to help in providing information about the various elections, M V Consulting Inc. presents a list of all the 2016 candidates we have had interviews with (in 2016 only), and/or public events, forums and debates.
Exclusive unedited video of the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce Debate held at the Holiday Inn in Binghamton NY on October 11, 2016
The question of if and when corruption and ethics violations can be fought should be asked. Especially in light of the upcoming 2016 elections. But who is actually strong enough to do so in this political environment?
The question continuing to face candidate Myers is when, if at all, that she will appear before the public – especially in the Southern Tier – to answer questions from the public directly.
Based solely on all polls to date, Babinec appears to lose the race with a third place finish. How that translates to success is baffling, without taking into account polispeak.
Here is a slice of the life of a political commentator trying to have a day off at a local event. It is an example of a community celebrating the deep culture in the region, while at the same time displaying how important and intertwined politics are to the everyday lives of residents. Even if many went without taking advantage of the opportunity to learn about, and potentially shape, how these politics will affect their lives in the future.
Based on the New York Presidential Primary results, as well as number of petition signatures and fundraising efforts reported, a prediction can be made for the NY-22 race. Only time, and voters, will tell if it is accurate.
One pattern is starting to emerge though. Claudia Tenney is dominating the race, even with the slew of competition. Advertising campaign have already started by relative unknowns Steve Wells and Martin Babinec. Whether that frontrunner status will continue to be hers is up to the public.
Considering the 3 most wealthy candidates are actively being least definitive on what they stand for or what they will do, the hope of some would be that merely buying ads will not be enough to influence the public.