The two candidates running for the 45th District Seat in the New York State Senate join us this week for a one-hour debate in our studios of Mountain Lake PBS.
The 45th Senate District is the largest in the state covering all or part of 6 counties across Northeastern New York, the eastern Adirondacks, and the North Country. It is a seat that has long been held by Senator Betty Little, who has announced she is retiring at the end of the year after serving for 25-years in the New York State Legislature.
We welcome the two candidates hoping to fill that seat. Republican Dan Stec, from Queensbury, who is the State Assemblyman for the 114th District, and Democrat Kimberly Davis, from Plattsburgh, who is the Clinton County Treasurer.
Joe LoTemplio, the Editor-in-Chief with the Plattsburgh Press Republican and reporter Aaron Cerbone with the Adirondack Daily Enterprise joined us to ask the candidates questions.
EARLY VOTING: begins 10/24 in New York State and runs through 11/1. You can find the hours for all of the days for early voting on your local County Board of Election’s website, which you can find on New York’s statewide site: https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov/
Early Voting Info:
Learn More: www.stecforsenate.com
Learn More: www.davisforstatesenate.com