June 28, 2022
Today is Tuesday June 28, primary day for both parties in the governors race in New York State.
Voting in all counties in New York State is 9am-6pm.
In Canisteo – all voting is at the Canisteo American Legion.
In Hornell – all voting is at the Hornell Community Arts Center on Broadway (the old Ponderosa)
In Arkport – you vote at the Arkport Community Hall
In North Hornell – Station Church on Seneca Street
In South Hornell and Ashbaugh Hill – voting is at the South Hornell Fire Dept.
In Hartsville – all voting is at the Hartsville Community Church
In The Town of Dansville – at the South Dansville Fire Dept
Fremont – voting is at the Fremont Town Hall
There are local primaries in Fremont, Campbell and Cohocton.
The Fremont Primary is a Republican Town Board Primary between Bert Candee and Seth Hilton.
For the governors race for both Democrats and Republicans, going over where they stand on the issues: Except for abortion which Wilson supports, the four Republican candidates are all pretty much the same on the issues. They’re all pro-police, they’re for cutting taxes, want hydrofracking legalized, and want to cut regulations. So what makes the GOP candidates different from the others? Lee Zeldin says he’s the only one whose been in state government and the military. Andrew Guiliani says he’ll rehire all those nurses and others laid off because they would not get vaccinated, and get those nurses and other workers backpay after rehiring them. Harry Wilson says he’s the only one with real business experience who can fix the state. And Rob Astorino says he’ll hire all three republican candidates to go to work in the Astorino administration.
So what makes the Democrat candidates for governor different from each other? Long Island Congressman Tom Suozzi is a main street Democrat, who is not into the woke movement. The focus for new York city advocate Jumaane Williams is that Williams wants more reforms of police departments and better housing opportunities. As for Governor Kathy Hochul, Steuben County Democrat Chair Shawn Hogan says, Hochul is a blue collar democrat who started out as a county clerk, who understands the state and the working people.