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For new party in Schenectady, dash of cold water

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It’s a small example of how the major parties dominate our elections, but it will serve as well as any other. Roger Hull, former president of Union College, founded his own independent party as a vehicle for him to run for mayor and for other, like-minded people to run for City Council and the County Legislature in Schenectady. They gathered the necessary signatures to get on the ballot, which was itself a challenge, since the ...

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cel01
October 16, 2011
6:53 p.m.

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Corruption, corruption, corruption no two ways to see this one. The freedom to vote for who we want is being taken away from us and so many just sit there with their thumbs in their mouths mumblin yup that is what is happening and they are calling those trying to buck the system stupid for even trying.

gina99
October 17, 2011
1:41 p.m.

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This will be reversed on appeal. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. The machine will do everything to retain a death grip on Schenectady.

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