That any congressional candidate would actually come to Akwesasne is the exception, and we give Ms. Cobb thanks for doing so.
Democrats, Republicans and Independents all attended a reception for NY-21 congressional candidate Tedra Cobb.
Congressional candidate endorsements: NRA for Stefanik, Emily’s List for Cobb in North Country contest
“Tedra Cobb is a community leader who is prepared to stand up for North Country working families in Congress,” said Stephanie Schriock, president of EMILY’s List, in the endorsement statement.
Largest federal employee union says Cobb will fight for public-service workers. AFGE is the largest federal employee union in the country, representing 700,000 federal and D.C. government workers in all functions of government.
Democratic congressional candidate Tedra L. Cobb has received the endorsement of the Sierra Club in her run for the 21st Congressional District.
The Working Families Party has successfully moved Katie Wilson off the ballot in the 21st Congressional District and replaced her with Democratic candidate Tedra L. Cobb.
Tedra L. Cobb, the Democratic candidate for the 21st Congressional District, announced on Wednesday she received the endorsement of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
“From her work as a County Legislator to her advocacy for healthcare, Tedra has been a passionate voice who fights for the people in our communities. I am endorsing Tedra because she has a history of choosing problem solving over partisanship and will be the type of leader in Washington the North Country deserves.”
In late July, Gillibrand told the Times during an editorial board meeting she planned to endorse Cobb, who lives in Canton.
“Tedra has been a passionate voice who fights for the people in our communities,” Sen. Gillibrand was quoted as saying in the news release.
“Let us not forget the men and women of the labor movement and their dedication to the social and economic achievements of American workers.”
Contrast all of this with Stefanik’s competitor in this November’s election, Tedra Cobb, who has eschewed corporate PAC money and accounts it a privilege to concern herself with the well-being of her neighbors in our district.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 – 12:21 pm To the Editor: It’s not very often that expertise matches the drive, heart and passion of any political candidate. For those of us in the North Country, we are lucky to find that very combination in Tedra Cobb. I first met Tedra last July when I announced my bid for Massena Town Supervisor. While her willingness to laugh at my jokes qualifies her for Congress in my book, she stands out as the most qualified candidate for much more than that. Tedra has owned businesses in the North Country, served as a two-term legislator in St. Lawrence County, and is working tirelessly to protect and develop public institutions that those of us in …
She didn’t quite poke a finger in anyone’s chest, but she carried the room and showed she would not be ignored.
“It is more than an honor to get the Our Revolution endorsement. It is humbling and, at the same time, inspiring to be recognized as the candidate who is of the people, for the people as I seek to serve and represent the residents of upstate New York,” said Cobb.