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Schenectady chamber looks to drum up interest in local elections

Chuck Steiner, president of the Chamber of Schenectady County, left, talks with Schenectady County Legislator Philip Fields, D-District 2, center, and Fields' opponent, Republican Jason Planck at a candidates forum Tuesday morning at Proctors in Schenectady.
Chuck Steiner, president of the Chamber of Schenectady County, left, talks with Schenectady County Legislator Philip Fields, D-District 2, center, and Fields' opponent, Republican Jason Planck at a candidates forum Tuesday morning at Proctors in Schenectady.
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It’s tough to generate excitement for a midterm election that doesn’t involve heated state or federal races. But with six state referendums on this year’s ballot and control of the Schenectady County Legislature hanging in the balance, November’s election could have significant implications locally. And that’s why the Chamber of Schenectady County is trying to drum up interest among voters. On Tuesday, the chamber hosted a morning discussion at Proctors with candidates for the Legislature ...


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