“Tedra Cobb also spent the morning pursuing the exhibits, and appeared enthused about discussions with Plattsburgh High students on solar panel installations — including those in classrooms that students use to charge their cell phones. “I went to each table and talked about what people are doing and learning about what they’re doing not just …
Everywhere in the world, April 22 is Earth Day. The EPA, on its website, describes it this way, “On the first Earth Day in 1970, 22 million Americans celebrated clean air, land and water.” Celebrated? To set the record straight, that first Earth Day was not a celebration at all. It was a massive angry …
Gun violence can no longer be an issue elected officials are too squeamish to touch. If our representatives are so afraid of political consequences that they refuse to act, they have no business in Congress.
Tedra knows we must demand that our government makes equally significant investments in support systems for active military, veterans, and their families, both during and after their service.
Tedra Cobb will work to ensure that visitors and immigrants to this country receive fair treatment and are protected and valued as important members of our community.
Tedra knows that schools matter. Ensuring that Northern New Yorkers have access to high-caliber schools from cradle to career will lead to a better quality of life, greater employment opportunities, and improved job and population retention across the region.
Tedra is committed to enacting healthcare solutions that work for her constituents and leveraging the expertise of local hospital and medical professionals.
Why Tedra? As a local entrepreneur herself, Tedra fully understands what it takes to grow a small businesses—and what obstacles need to be overcome.
Protecting the environment is essential for our planet, our region, our health and our economy.