In many ways, the race Adam Haber is running is a departure from the one he was in a year ago: a general election campaign against Republican Jack Martins rather than an internecine struggle against Democratic primary opponent Tom Suozzi, and a fight for a state Senate seat in Albany instead of the county executive’s office in Mineola.
For state Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel (D-Great Neck), the campaign leading up to Election Day on Nov. 4 is not about what she’s done, but rather what she’s going to do with another two years in the state Legislature.
Democrat Kathleen Rice said Thursday that because she has lived in the 4th Congressional District her entire life - in an Irish-Catholic Garden City household with nine siblings - she has a firm grasp of the issues facing the people she is running to represent in Washington.
Six mayors of Manhasset-area villages and two from Port Washington have endorsed state Sen. Jack Martins (R-Mineola) in his re-election campaign to represent New York’s 7th State Senate district.
East Williston Deputy Mayor Bonnie Parente on Monday received the endorsements of fellow Trustee Caroline DeBenedittis and North Hempstead Town Councilwoman Dina De Giorgio in her campaign to unseat Democrat Peter Zuckerman and represent the 2nd Town Council District.
Democratic state Senate hopeful Adam Haber on Tuesday received the endorsement of U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who said she supported Haber’s platform on women’s equality issues, lowering taxes and strengthening schools.
Democratic state Senate hopeful Adam Haber on Tuesday said that despite his support of a statewide moratorium on hydrofracking, he approves the use of the gas extraction method “in states that have more sheep than people.”