Sunday, May 31, 2009

Eileen Halloran Seeks Re-election as Hudson City Treasurer

Eileen Halloran has announced that she is seeking re-election as Hudson's City Treasurer.

Ms. Halloran, who also represents the 5th Ward District 2 on the Hudson City Democratic Committee said recently in the Register-Star “I enjoy being a part of government and I enjoy the work,... I see the value of the position, it’s part of the checks and balances on the spending side.”

More at the Register-Star

The Committee is meeting Tuesday June 2 and June 9 at 7pm at 401 State Street to hear all of the candidates seeking the HCDC endorsement.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Congressman Murphy to Open District Office in Hudson


Congressman Scott Murphy will be in Hudson on Monday June 1st to open his new District Office. View all of the details here.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Thinking About Running for Office?



If you have been thinking about running for office,
now is the time to get in gear.






Petitioning to get on the ballot begins June 9th.






If you are interested in running on the Democratic line
contact the committee
as soon as possible.

Chairman Victor Mendolia - 518-444-0175
hudsoncitydemocrats@gmail.com

The following positions are all up for election this year.
Mayor
Common Council President
Treasurer
Supervisor (All Wards)
Alderman (All Wards)

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Hudson Dems Endorse Scalera

HUDSON—At a special meeting on Thursday, the Hudson City Democratic Committee voted to endorse Mayor Richard Scalera as its candidate for mayor in November.

"After much thought and frank discussion, the HCDC decided to support Rick Scalera," said Victor Mendolia, chair of the HCDC.
"We are in the early stages of what looks to be a long period of economic stress and political upset," Mendolia continued. "The HCDC believes that in this time of stressful change, Hudson will be best administrated by someone with the hands-on experience of managing the city, who is able to argue effectively on behalf of the city in the state and federal arenas."

"We were lucky, and so were the residents of Hudson, to have two talented individuals interested in being mayor of Hudson," said Mendolia. The committee sees Eileen Halloran, the other applicant for endorsement, "as a key member of the Hudson Democratic Party" he said.

More at the Register-Star
More at Columbia Paper