Brighton Town Supervisor Sandy Frankel is set to announce her campaign for a state Senate seat.
As if there wasn't enough politics to digest Tuesday, here's more. It sounds likely there will be two challengers to Joe Robach's Senate seat. First of all, the woman who has led the town of
During an interview Tuesday afternoon, Brighton Supervisor Sandy Frankel touted her years of experience and says she's ready to tackle at least four issues that
Rick Dollinger, a former state Senator himself and since ten am this morning, a former town justice, says he's still exploring the possibility of running, but did make it sound as if he's already made up his mind.
Why does he want back in? He says the tone in
As for Senator Robach? We got a statement from him moments ago and it basically says that he's not worrying about politics right now, only about taking care of the people's business in
Both Democratic candidates say they're hoping that Senator Robach's party affiliation will make him vulnerable to defeat. Both Frankel and Dollinger say Robach's success is an aberration, that the district leans Democratic.