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Amedore says public service to remain his calling

George Amedore discusses his loss for a Senate seat, at Amedore Builders on Western Ave. in Guilderland, with Gazette reporter David Lombardo on Thursday afternoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
George Amedore discusses his loss for a Senate seat, at Amedore Builders on Western Ave. in Guilderland, with Gazette reporter David Lombardo on Thursday afternoon.
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“What did I have to lose?” That’s the question a relaxed George Amedore posed from the Albany office of his family’s construction company on Thursday afternoon, as he reflected on the decision last spring to run for the state Senate. That bid ended last week, more than two months after Election Day, with the former Republican assemblyman losing by 18 votes to Duanesburg Democrat Cecilia Tkaczyk. Despite still believing he would have won if votes ...


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ajames
January 25, 2013
5:57 p.m.

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God bless you George! The people of this State lost a wonderful representative. Please continue to be a wonderful advocate for the people in this area!

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