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Alliance Party won’t get its own line on ballot

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Once again, the Alliance Party has been kicked off the ballot. Schenectady City Council candidate Richard Patierne will not be listed on the Alliance Party line, although he collected enough signatures to get on that line. He will be listed on the Republican, Conservative and Independence lines. All three parties have endorsed him. He was also endorsed by the Alliance Party, but the Alliance will have to share the Independence line. Placing Patierne’s name in ...


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SchenectadyScott
October 11, 2012
9:54 a.m.

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Wasn't this story written last year?.....this is not even news....if a candidate can not win with three lines....he is not going to to win.....Did Mr. Hull think there was going to be a different outcome this year?....It is called insanity when you keep doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Where has Mr. Hull been since his loss last November....writing op eds is not spending time at the council meetings presenting ideas and questioning the process...

wmarincic
October 11, 2012
7:02 p.m.

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Schenectady politics as usual. All Hail King Gary and his Merry Band of Liberal Stooges.....

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