There is too much on the line in the 2020 election to allow lies and distractions to win out over real solutions to the important problems facing our nation. My heart sunk again this week when Dana Balter‘s Democratic primary opponent, Francis Conole, mailed out campaign literature full of half-truths and personal attacks. How I wish Conole would have focused on the critically important issues that we face or had provided voters with important information about how they can safely and securely vote from home during the pandemic.
In 2018, no one wanted to take on the well-funded two-time Republican Congressman John Katko. That’s when Balter had the courage to throw her hat in the ring, roll up her sleeves and get to work. She swung the district 16 points, broke fundraising records with small donor contributions and built a well-organized grassroots volunteer network. Victory is certainly within her grasp in 2020.
Balter’s hard work in the 2018 race has made Katko vulnerable in 2020. Now that Balter is poised to finish the job she started and be the Congresswoman our district deserves, we have a man challenging her and spewing false attack ads. In his literature, Conole describes …read more
Thank you Source: Daily Orange