MICHELE HIRSCH ANNOUNCES FOR 9TH WARD ALDERWOMAN

CONTACT MICHELE HIRSCH: 845/746-3013 MICHELEHIRSCH9@GMAIL.COM Kingston resident Michele Hirsch, a Family Peer Advocate with Family of Woodstock’s Adolescent Services Program has announced she is running for Alderwoman in Kingston’s Ninth Ward. Hirsch’s announcement follows Alderwoman Andrea Shaut’s decision to run for the position of Alderwoman-at-Large. “My reasons for running are simple,” said Hirsch. “I love Kingston, I love my neighborhood and I believe in being actively involved in my community where I work and raise my children,” said the mother of two. “A vibrant community depends on the energy its people bring to it, and it is my intention to be a strong, vocal advocate for the people of the 9th… Read More

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2018: The Year in Review

2018 was a historic year for the Kingston Democrats. We helped our Democratic candidates for County, State and Federal offices, and won several important victories. The Ulster County Sheriff’s office is now under the leadership of Juan Figueroa, a Marine and former State Trooper with a strong vision for community policing and combating the opioid epidemic. After years of Republican control, the 19th Congressional District elected Democrat Antonio Delgado, who is committed to improving access to healthcare and upgrading the transportation infrastructure we all rely on. Kingston continues to be served by Assembly member Kevin Cahill, an indispensable legislator in the State Assembly and lifelong advocate for his district. While… Read More

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MidHudsonNews.com – Kingston Dems open new headquarters

MidHudsonNews.com Kingston Dems open new headquarters New headquarters in the center of the city KINGSTON – The center of gravity shifted to Midtown for Kingston city Democrats on Thursday, when local party officials held a grand opening celebration at their new office at the corner of Cedar Street and Broadway. Kingston Democratic City Committee Chairman Joe Donaldson was joined by candidates and supporters, to show off the new party headquarters, which moved from the old Uptown location on John Street, which for years was shared space with the county party organization. “This headquarters is all about the candidates; we want them to come here and work out of here, utilize… Read More

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