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Erikson, Schenectady Democrats settle their differences

Erikson, Democrats settle their differences

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Endorsements for Schenectady City Council on Saturday indicate Carl Erikson and the local Democratic Party machine have resolved any issues that have recently played out in the press. The executive committee of the Schenectady Democratic Committee endorsed council members Erikson and Marion Porterfield for their upcoming re-election bids. The committee also interviewed three potential candidates to run for the seat of council member Barbara Blanchard, who is not expected to seek re-election this year due ...


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cidbil
March 10, 2013
8:25 a.m.

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I guess "rebel Carl" isn't quite the renegade some thought.........wonder what kind of assurances he had to make to get party backing..

reader1
March 10, 2013
10:21 a.m.

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It's a start. He speaks and votes his conscience and he is talented in the right areas.

JIMOCONNOR
March 10, 2013
11:25 a.m.

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Coalition is the first step in sane governance.

justapto
March 10, 2013
3:15 p.m.

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Looks like the party faithful are worried about bad press for a change. A change is what is needed. I hope some new people get elected next time. Otherwise; morre of the same high taxes poor service.

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