GOP gubernatorial candidate Molinaro campaigns in Catskill
Sep 10, 2018 6:45 am
Logan Weiss is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Republican gubernatorial candidate Marcus Molinaro made a campaign stop in Catskill September 8, during the Catskill Food Festival. Molinaro participated in the event, which was billed as a town hall meeting and held at the Robert C. Antonelli Senior Center on Academy Street. Republican Assemblymember Chris Tague and Republican state Sen. George Amedore also participated. Molinaro spoke about his background, family history and resume. He started his political career with a seat on the Tivoli Village Board at the age of 18, followed by his election as mayor of Tivoli and four terms as a member of the Dutchess County Legislature. Molinaro then served for six years in the state Assembly before being elected Dutchess County executive in 2011. Molinaro took questions from the audience on a variety of topics that ranged from fracking to the Common Core curriculum, as well as the proposed construction of a new Greene County jail. “Greene is a lot like most of upstate New York, who want a government who respects the people,” Molinaro said, when asked about his day in Greene County overall. “I am thrilled to be here.” Read the full story at HudsonValley360 [dot] com.