“I want people to know who I am; why I’m running and why they should vote for me, and that strategy has been consistent through the primary and it will be consistent through the general election,” Cobb told The Sun.
Tedra L. Cobb, Democratic candidate for the 21st Congressional District, has focused on health care as a central part of her campaign since entering the race. “The driving point is health care for all,” she said. “This is core, this is central, to why I’m running.” Ms. Cobb has been open to different solutions, including …
“It affects people’s lives in northern New York, it’s not theoretical issues just to be discussed in Washington, we need to discuss them here,” she said. “The reality is, repealing the Affordable Care Act will cut off services to people who need health care.”
This is not about party loyalties; this is literally about ethics and survival. Tedra Cobb will be an authentic representative for the real people of our area.
I support Tedra Cobb for the 21st Congressional District because she supports health care for all. I’m overwhelmed by the issues I care about.
A CNBC study in 2013 found that three out of five bankruptcy filings were due to medical bills. That represented about 1.7 million Americans. It is the conventional wisdom that bankruptcy is brought on by irresponsible, proliferate credit card spending on consumer goods. That is clearly not the truth. That figure does not even address …
I’ve seen firsthand the type of representative she’s going to be, and I know that she is the right choice for our district.
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!
Capital Tonight April 10, 2018 Spectrum News Petitions are due this week for congressional candidates who want to be on the ballot in the June primary. More than 12,000 signatures from registered party members are required. The process could narrow the field in some of the more crowded contests, like the 21st congressional district, where …
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 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.
As nurses, we understand the importance of health care and believe that basic health care should be a right available to all. We are supporting Tedra Cobb’s campaign to unseat Elise Stefanik and replace her as our representative in Congress.
Tedra Cobb, the Democratic candidate from Canton, recently spoke with a half-dozen people about healthcare.
Most important, Tedra Cobb is not afraid of doing the right thing when special interests exert pressure to do what’s expedient…
Congressional candidate Tedra Cobb stresses need for collaboration across the aisle during Malone visit
Tedra Cobb visited Donovan’s Steak and Ale Thursday night to meet with local residents, the first public event held by one of the Democrats seeking their party’s backing.
Tedra Cobb holds a roundtable discussion with veterans to hear first-hand about the experiences they face transitioning to civilian life.
Meet Tedra Cobb, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for New York’s 21st Congressional District.
Tedra Cobb demonstrates a personal connection to many of the regional issues she spoke on at Wednesday night’s town hall.
Tedra Cobb criticized Congress for its inability to pass any improvements to the Affordable Care Act and called on Congresswoman Elise Stefanik to either explain the benefits of the American Healthcare Act or reverse course on her votes.
Tedra Cobb of Canton celebrated America’s 241st birthday by launching her campaign for the Democratic nomination for Congress in New York’s 21st Congressional District.