Friday, July 18, 2014

Democratic Headquarters Opens In Glens Falls

The new Democratic regional campaign headquarters opened yesterday, July 17, in downtown Glens Falls at the old Red Fox Bookstore location next to Glens Falls City Hall. 

Warren County Democratic Chair Lynne Boecher and Glens Falls Mayor Jack Diamond welcomed congressional candidate Aaron Woolf to Glens Falls, along with other Democratic officials including Queensbury Supervisor John Strough, Glens Falls Councilmember Jim Campinelli, Washington County Chair Sheila Comar, Queensbury Town Chair Mike Parwana, Glens Falls City Committee Secretary Margaret Farrell and others.  

In their introductory remarks both Boecher and Diamond stressed the importance of the issues in the upcoming congressional race, while Woolf talked about his campaign and what he wanted to achieve for the district in Washington. 

Warren County Chair Lynne Boecher introduces Glens Falls Mayor Jack Diamond

Aaron Woolf speaks after Mayor Diamond's introduction

The crowd listens to Woolf

Glens Falls Committee member Ralph Farrell, Glens Falls City Committee Secretary Margaret Farrell and Washington County Chair and New York State Democratic Committee Executive Chair Sheila Comar

Woolf talks with visitor

Lynne Boecher talks with Matt Scollin

Woolf with Queensbury Town Chair Mike Parwana and Washington County Committee member Bernice Mennis

Queensbury Supervisor John Strough with Committee member Bob Rockwell

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