Stefanik launches ‘100 Days, 100 Results’ campaign

Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, center, speaks to Samaritan Medical Center staff during a visit to the hospital in Watertown on July 16. Ms. Stefanik visited to announce that she had secured an additional $2.5 million in emergency funding for the hospital. Sydney Schaefer/Watertown Daily Times

Election Day is 99 days away, and Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, began a “100 Days, 100 Results” campaign that will run until November, highlighting one result from her time in Washington, D.C., per day.

According to a release from the her campaign, Rep. Stefanik will advertise these results through digital outreach, video conferences, and other forms of outreach.

“In a traditional election year, I have run on my record of results every single re-election, across New York’s 21st Congressional district,” Rep. Stefanik said during a digital event to announce the campaign on Friday.

She said that the results she will highlight will be broad, from legislation she has worked to pass, to constituent services she has provided and grants she has helped secure.

Rep. Stefanik was joined on Friday by Republican leaders from across the north country, including Essex County Board of Supervisors Chairman Shaun Gillilland, Jefferson County Legislator Phil Reed and St. Lawrence County Legislator Kevin Acres and Northumberland Town Supervisor Bill Peck.

All four men lauded the Congresswoman for her work in the House of Representatives since she took office in January of 2015.

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Literally sickening to every, person, woman man, camera, TV, if not for the sickening effect that phrase represents an intelligent person would laugh themselves almost to exhaustion. By the way you get extra points if you say it order.

And yet that what Elise Stefanik represents.

One basic question during the course of a Global Pandemic that must answered; how many times has Elise Stefanik voted to de-fund or outright repeal ObamaCare (ACA)?

WDTs editorial staff would do well to ask Ms. Stefanik this question, & what Tedra Cobb's represents on this extremely timely & important Federal Policy issue.


Regarding WDT's editorial staff's involvement in criticizing stefanik and putting any kind of favorable spin to Tedra? Not gonna happen, too busy hunting down bubblegum thieves, I'm still dancing.

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