Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo - State Office Building, 17th Floor 44 Hawley St. Binghamton, NY 13901 607-723-9047 LupardoD@nyassembly.gov
Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi - 207 Genesee Street Rm 401 Utica, NY 13501 315-732-1055 firstname.lastname@example.org
County Executive Jason Garnar - Broome County Office Building Sixth Floor 60 Hawley Street Binghamton, NY 13902 607.778.2109 CountyExecutive@cp.broome.ny.us
State Senator Fred Akshar - 44 Hawley Street Room 1607 Binghamton, NY 13901 (607) 773-8771 email@example.com
We cover a lot of ground in this episode. From Pancakes for Puerto Rico (taped before the event), to the impact of Sen. Al Franken on SUNY Broome campus. We address the effort to help homeless students, and the future plans for SUNY Broome Republicans. Join us, then share and like, please.
Its not just the separate standards for sexual assault that is the issue. Examples like Hillary Clinton, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi, and Dan Livingston so how deep this rabbit hole goes.
We cover a lot of diverse ground in this episode. We start with our first guest from the NSLS and the 21st annual Toys for Tots drive. Then we recap some of the consequences of the local 2017 election, and end by addressing the issue of financial aide for some SUNY Broome students. Listen, like and share!
On the Marine Corps birthday, we took to the podcast to spread the word on efforts by SUNY Broome students to help victims of Hurrican Maria in Puerto Rico. On November 19, 2017, at American Legion Post 80 in Binghamton NY, there will be a charity event from 8AM - 12noon. We also took a moment to celebrate the Marine Corps, salute our veterans, and then discuss some of the impact from the Broome County elections. Spread the word!
Thank you Ashley Watkins for your comments, which we discussed a bit in this episode. Maybe you can join us for an episode? We also get to discussing voter nullification at the federal and national level. Please join the conversation on the SUNY Broome campus, or social media.
The Democrat Party rigged a Primary at the national level, and on the local level tried to put the fix on Mayoral race. How can rank and file voters in the public believe the elected officials and candidates in this Party?