Seneca County NY Democratic Committee

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Steve Holden for Congress

Learn more at  Holden's campaign website

Steve Holden has a unique combination of life experiences that position him to understand The Lake District’s challenges and the education and skills to meet the needs of its residents. He knows rural life; he knows Army life; he knows leadership; he knows commitment; he knows compromise; he knows finance. He knows how to work hard and get things done.

In Congress, Holden will vote to make healthcare affordable, invest in broadband and infrastructure for upstate New York, and protect a woman's right to make her own decisions about her healthcare. 


Kathy Hochul for Governor & Antonio Delgado for Lieutenant Governor



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As Governor, Kathy has taken decisive action to deliver immediate relief to working and middle class families and small businesses, beat back the pandemic, and accelerate New York’s economic recovery. In addition, she has reaffirmed New York’s position as a national leader in defending reproductive rights and in combating climate change. 

 Governor Hochul has also introduced a bold agenda to promote greater equity and expand opportunity for every New Yorker — from making New York more affordable to helping small businesses keep their doors open, strengthening public safety, and leading the fight for justice, dignity, and equality for all.


Antonio Delgado is Lieutenant Governor of New York State, appointed by Governor Kathy Hochul in May 2022.

Letitia James for NY Attorney General

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Born and raised in Brooklyn, Attorney General Letitia ‘Tish’ James has spent her entire career working for the public good. She is the first woman of color to hold statewide office in New York, and the first woman to be elected New York Attorney General.

Letitia has been a public defender, worked in Albany, and served on the New York City Council, where she passed legislation forcing landlords to improve living conditions in the city’s worst buildings, and helped to uncover the $600 million CityTime fraud, the biggest in city history. In 2013, she was elected Public Advocate for the City of New York. Her office handled over 32,000 constituent complaints and passed more legislation than all previous Public Advocates combined, including a groundbreaking law that banned questions about salary history from the hiring process, to help close the gender pay gap. As Public Advocate, she stood up for our most vulnerable communities and served as a watchdog over New York City government agencies. Her leadership transformed the Public Advocate’s office into a formidable engine of change.

Now, as Attorney General and head of the state’s Department of Law, Letitia is both the ‘People’s Lawyer’ and the state’s chief legal officer, serving as the guardian of the legal rights of the citizens of New York, its organizations, and its natural resources

Charles Schumer for Senate

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Chuck’s spent his entire career fighting for working New Yorkers. Now as the Democratic Majority Leader in the U.S. Senate, he’s ushering in a new era of bold change to rebuild after the COVID-19 pandemic, stop the climate crisis, and save our democracy.

On January 20th, 2021, following the historic election of Georgia Senators Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock, Chuck Schumer became the Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate. He is the first New Yorker and first Jewish person to serve as Senate Majority Leader.

Coming into office amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Chuck is focused on getting the American people the relief they need. In less than two months as Majority Leader, Chuck passed the American Rescue Plan, the most impactful bill ever passed to support working families. The ARP delivers $1,400 stimulus checks to nearly every American, provides critical funding to speed up vaccinations, reopen schools and support small businesses, and cuts the child poverty rate in half. It provides nearly $2 trillion in aid to the American people, and $0 to corporations and the special interests.

As we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and four years of failed leadership, Chuck knows we need bold, transformative change to move our country forward. As Senate Majority Leader, he is leading the fight to solve the climate crisis, cancel student debt, legalize marijuana, address the inequities in our criminal justice system, and protect voting rights from an onslaught of Republican attacks.

Vote YES on the Environmental Bond Issue

 The Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Bond Act is a historic piece of legislation that, if passed, will fund critical environmental protection and restoration projects throughout the state.

The $4.2 billion proposal will support projects that:

  • Safeguard clean drinking water, preventing contamination and pollution
  • Update aging or failing water and sewer infrastructure
  • Reduce carbon pollution that causes climate change
  • Preserve forests, wetlands, and other wildlife habitats
  • Build renewable energy at public facilities
  • And more!

The Bond Act will help advance environmental justice and address inequities by directing 35 to 40 percent of total funding to disadvantaged communities.


Click here for information on the Environmental Bond Act

Tom DiNapoli for Ny State Comptroller



Tom DiNapoli’s record includes:


Took bold steps to protect the state pension fund from climate change, adopted a climate action plan and transitioned to net zero greenhouse has emissions by 2040


Exposed corruption, fraud and theft of taxpayer dollars resulting in nearly 300 arrests and more than $80 million in recovery


Created the Joint Task Force on Public Integrity with the Attorney General's office, a partnership resulting in the recovery of millions of dollars and arrests of dozens of state and local officials and contractors who stole or misused public funds


Grew state pension fund to an audited historic high of 272.1 Billion, with one of the strongest funded ratios in the nation, according to Pew Charitable Trusts


Used shareholder influence to press companies to address climate change, to tackle the lack of diversity on corporate boards and to expand the talent pool to more fully include women and minorities


Created an innovative Fiscal Stress Monitoring System to measure local government financial conditions to inform taxpayers about what's happening in their own communities


Uncovered widespread abuse of special education funds by private contractors and pushed for new oversight of special education providers


Advocated for real, comprehensive campaign finance reform, including public financing of elections for all statewide and legislative elections to reduce the influence of money on government

On these issues and more, Tom has proven to be an effective, responsible and progressive steward of the Office of State Comptroller. There’s more work to do to keep New York moving forward. That’s why we need Tom to keep working for us as our State Comptroller.

Roman Misula and Maroun Ajaka for NY State Supreme Court



Roman was born in Ukraine and emigrated to the United States as a refugee when he was nine years old, settling in Rochester, NY with his family. His childhood was fraught with adversity, including his father’s unexpected death shortly after they came to America. These challenges inform his approach to his education, the law, and to life.

Roman began his career in public service as an Assistant District Attorney at the Monroe County District Attorney’s Office prosecuting crimes, from traffic violations to felony offenses heard in Supreme Court. He was eventually promoted to the Economic Crime Bureau, trying complex white-collar offenses and economic crimes against vulnerable and elderly adults. He was honored to receive a Law Enforcement Appreciation award in 2016 for his Courtroom advocacy on behalf of vulnerable victims of crime.

Roman transitioned into private practice in 2018, where is now a proud partner at Ganguly Brothers, PLLC in Rochester. As a defense attorney, he has tried numerous cases including homicides in Supreme Court, as well as handling civil litigation cases, also in the Supreme Court. Throughout his career, Roman proudly supported core constitutional values in the court of law.

Roman continues his career in public service as an Assistant Conflict Defender in Livingston County, representing people who cannot afford an attorney in local courts. In addition, he has represented hundreds of indigent clients in Monroe County through the Assigned Counsel Program.

Roman is married and has three young children. The family worships at New City Fellowship, Beechwood. Among other endeavors, Roman is proud to serve as the Vice President of the Ukrainian Cultural Center, located in Webster, NY.

Walter (Garey) Adamson for Fayette Town Board

I have lived at 4136 High Banks Road, Geneva, NY 14456 at my BnB, Paradise on the Lake Bed and Breakfast since March 2009-present.

As a Councilman, I plan to uphold all rules and laws of the US and NYS Constitutions, and those of Seneca County and the Fayette Township regardless of any political affiliation or interests.  I see all citizens of Fayette Township as having equal rights under the rules and laws.

I have extensive background in the NYSUT, New York State United Teachers, where I served in the capacity of president, chief negotiator, chief grievance officer for over 20 years.

Justin Mahoney for Tyre Town Board