Election 2018

Reed's Bill

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In order for Reed's bill to succeed we need to show our support for it, and I mean NOW! Please print the attached file, complete your information at the bottom, and mail it in to the address at the top of the letter. Have all of your



Natgas pipeline builders hail U.S. okay of blocked New York projectv

(Reuters) - Energy traders and natural gas pipeline companies on Friday hailed a U.S. federal regulator’s decision to overturn New York’s denial of a water permit for building the Millennium Pipeline in the state.

People in the industry expressed hope that the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission would be willing to override state decisions to block other pipelines, including Williams Cos Inc’s Constitution and National Fuel Gas Co’s Northern Access pipelines from Pennsylvania. These could also be approved if similar waivers are granted by FERC.


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Perry again calls for US energy infrastructure plan, cites national security
Posted: November 30th, 2018

Washington — US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry on Thursday reiterated his arguments that energy infrastructure is critical to national security, echoing a theme that has percolated in the national debate about whether new measures are needed to prop up coal and nuclear power plants and promote natural gas pipeline projects. "It is really important for us as a country to have an energy infrastru [ ... ]

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Cuomo loses Upstate NY again, but holds onto big cities
Posted: November 9th, 2018

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, lost Upstate New York, according to the unofficial election night tally. Cuomo won six out of 50 counties Upstate: Albany, Erie, Monroe, Onondaga, Tompkins and Ulster. Four of the counties happen to be home to the state's big Upstate cities: Albany, Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse. Republican Marc Molinaro carried 44 counties Upstate, plus three Downstate counties: [ ... ]

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UALA Bulletin 10-27-18
Posted: November 2nd, 2018

Below you will find a LTE published in Hometown Oneonta last Thursday. Also, at this time of year, the UALA endorses candidates that support gas development. The UALA is non-partisan and single issue -- we favor gas develpment. Recently we've included news about the closing of Otego Elementary because many UALA members live elsewhere and appreciate the news. Also, the school's closing is a direc [ ... ]

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Rally for Congresswoman Tenney on Saturday in Endicott
Posted: November 2nd, 2018Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Rally for Congresswoman Tenney on Saturday in Endicott

Thank you for your dedicated support of Congresswoman Tenney's campaign over the past few weeks and months. It has been a long road and we are now nearing the finish line!

Election Day is only a few days away! It is more important than ever that we work hard to ensure we retain the majority and to continue our record of accomplish [ ... ]

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Fred Akshar for State Senate 52
Posted: November 2nd, 2018

Dear Friend: Please join me on Saturday in Binghamton for the Broome County Rally in support of Marc Molinaro for Governor. Let's send a message to Albany that we need new ideas that benefit all New Yorkers, not a select few. We need government that incorporates the needs and priorities of all New Yorkers, not just New York City. And we need leadership that puts the people of New York before p [ ... ]

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553 viewsOct 22, 2018, 09:26am No Energy Policy, No Problem For U.S. Oil Producers
Posted: October 24th, 2018

It is a cliché to say the United States has no energy policy, and in the formal sense, it's true. The federal government has never passed sweeping legislation aimed at advancing U.S. energy security that addresses both supply and demand. But even without top-down direction, America currently has a better, most sensible approach to energy development than any other country in the world, both for t [ ... ]

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New York’s Uneven Economic Recovery
Posted: October 24th, 2018

The Southern Tier, stretching along the Pennsylvania border from the Binghamton region west to Jamestown, has turned in the weakest job growth of any region. This is also the area of the state that stood to gain the most economic activity from hydraulic fracturing of Marcellus Shale natural gas deposits, which was banned by the state at the end of 2014.https://www.empirecenter.org/publications/new [ ... ]

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Posted: October 20th, 2018

Dear Friends and Natural Gas Supporters, The JLCNY has issued our endorsements for this year's elections on Tuesday November 6. Please review the info below and share it to all fellow supporters. We hope you will be able to use this information to support candidates willing to support your interests. Above all, please do everything you can to actually vote and help any fellow suppor [ ... ]

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Drill down and fossil-fuel divestment comes up costly
Posted: October 19th, 2018

Fossil-fuel divestment has come under a microscope, with news reports touting the so-called "growth" of the movement and Mayor Bill de Blasio calling on more cities to give up their investments in the industry. Unsurprisingly, many facts have been left by the wayside. Divestment has been front and center in New York's political debates over the past year. There's been disagreement on the state le [ ... ]

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UALA Bulletin 10-12-18
Posted: October 19th, 2018

In Upstate New York, economic growth and JOBS that retrain young families depend on affordable energy. At this time, renewables won't cut it. They cost too much. Three stories; California, Germany, and South Australia. A California homeowner recently shared his electric bill in the Wall Street Journal. The first 441 kilowatts per hour (kWh) bills at 21 cents. The next 1, 324 kWh escalates to 28 c [ ... ]

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Get Off My Property!
Posted: October 19th, 2018


Lesson learned - Maybe…

Some folks don't understand the sentence: "Don't do that."

Despite  courts telling her that she couldn't come onto private property to host her fracking protest, Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson obviously thought she was above the law, given her celebrity status.

Defiantly entering a local farm along with her sister Sophie and a small g [ ... ]

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Unshackle Upstate Announces 2018 Legislative Endorsements
Posted: October 11th, 2018

Posted: Oct 9th, 2018 BUFFALO, NY – Unshackle Upstate, through its political action committee UPAC, today announced its slate of 2018 legislative endorsements. The bi-partisan list is comprised of 15 Senate candidates and 24 Assembly candidates.

“At Unshackle Upstate we believe in supporting candidates who support the issues that matter to the Upstate economy. We’re proud to endorse the fo [ ... ]

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Dems have used social media and paid protesters to create the illusion of a majority, says Dan Bongino
Posted: October 11th, 2018

Nick Givas, DCNF Political commentator and former secret service agent Dan Bongino accused Democrats of manipulating social media and paying protesters to create the illusion they’re in the majority. “Listen, the left has gotten really good at this,” Bongino said on “Fox & Friends” Monday. “Fox & Friends” ran a clip of Vice News editor Shawna Thomas saying some protesters  [ ... ]

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What Marc Molinaro understands about NY taxes
Posted: October 2nd, 2018

Republican Marc Molinaro gets it: High taxes are killing New York. He’s vowing to trim them — by 28 percent, on property taxes alone — if elected governor. That won’t be easy, of course. For one thing, if Democrats take the state Senate and progressives dominate, they’ll be looking to jack up taxes, not lower them. New York’s big-government, big-spending lobbies and special [ ... ]

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