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Candidates set for Assembly race

Cuomo yet to OK special vote to replace Jordan

Republican Steve Stallmer of Saratoga Springs and Democrat Carrie Woerner of Round Lake are their party's respective choices to face off at the polls to fill the 113th District Assembly seat vacated by Tony Jordan when he was elected Washington County district attorney.
Republican Steve Stallmer of Saratoga Springs and Democrat Carrie Woerner of Round Lake are their party's respective choices to face off at the polls to fill the 113th District Assembly seat vacated by Tony Jordan when he was elected Washington County district attorney.
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It’s still unknown whether there will be a special election to fill the vacancy in the 113th Assembly District, but if there is, the matchup is set. The Saratoga County Democratic Committee on Thursday endorsed Carrie Woerner of Round Lake for the seat, following earlier action by the Washington County committee. The Republican committees for the two counties have already endorsed Steve Stallmer of Saratoga Springs, chief of staff for U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson, R-Kinderhook. ...


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