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Big Guys Keep Little Guys From Thriving, Delgado Says

Big Guys Keep Little Guys

From Thriving, Delgado Says

By JENNIFER HILL  • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

Congressman Delgado

ONEONTA – Coming off a week of “Town Halls,” with students, small-business owners and farmers,  U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado,  D-19, said in a teleconference press briefing this morning that while there were “critically important” national issues, most people in his district want to know “how do we improve the area.”

In discussing how to improve the area, Delgado often framed his responses in big corporations/industry/Washington insiders versus the little guy: i.e., his constituents. He cited a poll published yesterday in the Washington Post that found 60 percent of Americans feel that way.

Roger Stone Featured At 2017 GOP Dinner
Operative Arrested Today In Mueller Probe

Roger Stone Keynoted

2017 Local GOP Dinner

Veteran Republican consultant Roger Stone, left, who was arrested this morning in Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s probe of President Trump, shares insights with local Republicans at the GOP Annual Dinner June 22, 2017, at The Otesaga.  Chatting with him, from right, are Otsego County Republican chairman Vince Casale; Casale’s wife, Lynn Krogh, an associate with The Casale Group, and Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr. Stone, who had recently published “The Making of The American President 2016,” said the Netflix movie based on the book had caused a spike in sales. Controversial dating back to his days as an operative for President Richard M. Nixon, as well as his friendship with President Trump, Stone’s appearance caused Democrats to stage a protest across Lake Street from the resort hotel.  (AllOTSEGO.com file photo)
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