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‘Virtual Fundraiser’

For Delgado Sunday

COOPERSTOWN – A Cooperstown-based “virtual fundraiser” is planned at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow (Sunday) for  Democrat Antonio Delgado’s reelection as 19th District congressman.

Participants are asked to send an RSVP and contrbution to katelyn@delgadoforcongress.com, and donors will then receive a Zoom link.

Suggested donations range from $2,800 at the “champion” level and $1,000 at the “sponsor” level, to “attendee” at the $100 level.

The event is hosted by Democratic stalwarts Melinda Hardin (and her husband, Lou Allstadt), Richard Sternberg and Patsy Smith.

On the Republican side, a Dutchess County lawyer, Kevin van de Water of Milbrook, is challenging Delgado in November.

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  1. Jim,
    You got my party affiliation wrong. I do not belong to any political party. However, as an independent, I do strongly support the reelection of Antonio Delgado.

    Lou Allstadt

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