Democratic St. Lawrence County lawmaker Tedra Cobb discusses her campaign and the blue wave push to replace Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik in New York’s 21st District.
In today’s Congressional Corner, Democrat Tedra Cobb wraps up her discussion with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.
In today’s Congressional Corner, Tedra Cobb — a Democrat running in New York’s 21st district — continues her discussion with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.
In today’s Congressional Corner, Democratic candidate Tedra Cobb speaks with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.
An Elise Stefanik TV ad that the campaign calls “Clear Choice” leads with the assertion that “Tedra Cobb voted to raise taxes 20 times. Taxing everything from candy to water to gas.” Tedra Cobb, a Democrat, is running against Republican incumbent Stefanik for the congressional seat in New York’s 21st District. The Stefanik campaign sent out a press release about the ad that includes a link to a list of sources, most of them resolutions from the St. Lawrence County Legislature, where Cobb served for eight years, from 2002 to 2010. The resolutions are a mixed bag. Four are the Legislature’s annual resolutions to adopt the county budget, from 2008 through 2011. In each of those four years, Cobb …
Tedra Cobb is running for Congress in New York’s 21st Congressional District. Her fight to make health care affordable is personal, and her experience makes her the best choice to take on Elise Stefanik. Vote for Tedra on June 26th!
Spend a minute with Tedra Cobb as she talks about the economy in the 21st District.
Tedra Cobb joined 7 News anchor John Moore live on First @ 5.
Join Look TV as we sit down with Tedra Cobb, a candidate for the 21st Congressional seat. She talks about her background and reasons for running.
WAMC interview: “I felt that it was time to get back into my community service through running for office again.”