At least three of the five state Legislature districts that include Cayuga County will be getting new representatives in Albany soon. State Sen. James Seward and Assemblyman Gary Finch have said they will not seek re-election and the seat formerly held by state Sen. Robert Antonacci opened up when he became an elected state court judge. Here's a look at potential candidates for those seats as reported recently by our political reporter, Robert Harding:
Michael Plochocki, a former Onondaga County legislator, is seeking the Republican nomination to succeed retiring Assemblyman Gary Finch in the…
David Dempsey, who served two terms as an Auburn city councilor and eight years as a Cayuga County legislator, is aiming to return to government.
LaFayette Supervisor Danny Fitzpatrick is the latest Republican candidate to enter the 126th Assembly District race after Assemblyman Gary Fin…
Kenneth Bush III, a Jordan resident who recently worked as legislative counsel to former state Sen. Bob Antonacci, is running for New York sta…
Jermaine Bagnall-Graham, a Democrat-turned-independent who ran for state Senate in 2016, is joining the race to succeed retiring Assemblyman G…
Peter Oberacker, an Otsego County legislator and CEO of a research and development firm, is seeking the Republican nomination to succeed state…
The Democratic committees in Cayuga and Onondaga counties designated John Mannion to be the party's nominee if there is a special election to …