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    CORTLAND, NY (WSKG) – Republican candidate Scott Steve declared victory in the Cortland mayoral race on Tuesday night. He leads Democrat Bruce Tytler by just over 200 votes.

  • Kraham declares victory in Binghamton mayoral race

    VESTAL, NY (WSKG) – Leading by a significant margin as the polls closed on Tuesday, Jared Kraham declared victory in his bid for mayor of Binghamton. With a 9.9% lead over Democratic candidate Joseph Burns, with all in-person and advance vote results tabulated, Republicans appeared poised to retain control of the mayor’s office for another four years.

  • Want to see who funds local PA applicants? It’s harder than you might think.

    HARRISBURG – On November 2, hundreds of local races across Pennsylvania will be on the ballot, but figuring out who funds candidates and how they spend that money can be onerous and time-consuming, a review from Spotlight PA revealed.

  • Binghamton mayoral candidates answer questions left unanswered

    VESTAL, NY (WSKG) – Dozens of questions have been submitted by the public for WSKG to pose to the candidates vying for the next mayor of Binghamton during last month’s debate. Due to time constraints, many of these questions were not asked.

  • New York attorney general announces gubernatorial candidacy, sets up Democratic primary

    NEW YORK NOW – Letitia James, the New York attorney general, officially announced her campaign to be New York’s next governor on Friday, setting up a primary between herself, current Governor Kathy Hochul, and all the other Democrats who are embarking on the race. James made the announcement via the release of a new video and website to promote his race, which had been rumored in New York political circles for months.

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