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Tedisco’s experience a hurdle for Draves

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A newcomer to the state political scene is taking on a longtime incumbent with wide name recognition. Democrat Michele Draves, in her first bid for a state office, is trying to capture votes as James N. Tedisco’s Assembly district is redrawn. Tedisco, R-Glenville, is seeking his 16th two-year term in the chamber. Generating jobs and improving the state’s economy is a big priority for both. Michele Draves Age: 39 Ballot line: Democrat Education/Experience: Attended National ...

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October 31, 2012
4:36 a.m.

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Being a party committee person is not enough experience to enter into public service as an elected official. If she had all the money in the world...I do not think it would make any difference in this election....Reading prepared statements without ideas of how to create change and represent the people, just will not cut it. I wish her the best in her career as political committee person....