Cobb rallied a crowd of approximately 100 supporters during brief remarks at the opening of a campaign office in Queensbury last Friday, her first major campaign event in the southern part of New York’s 21st Congressional District since winning the Democratic primary contest in June.
We need to send Tedra Cobb, a leader, to Congress, solely committed to serving the needs of the 21st District.
Tedra Cobb wants to represent all constituents in the 21st Congressional District and is not looking to climb the ladder in Washington.
Cobb Clinches NYSUT Endorsement
May 27, 2018 CANTON – The motivation behind Tedra Cobb’s first run for local office and her current bid for Congress is hard to miss. Hearing the 50-year-old Democrat talk about the events that led her to challenge an incumbent county legislator in 2001 is eerily reminiscent of the Democratic critique that U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik doesn’t act with her constituents in mind. “I felt the person that I was running against didn’t understand the challenges we were facing in the district,” Cobb said. She had that same sort of epiphany about Stefanik in May of last year, when the two-term incumbent voted for the American Health Care Act, a Republican alternative to Obamacare that eventually died in the U.S. …
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 several Democrats are lining up to take on Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik. Business owner Tedra Cobb announced her candidacy last summer and is confident she will make the cut for June. Watch the interview on Spectrum News.
“After a two-day, 450-mile tour with stops in each of the 12-counties in NY21, I’m proud to deliver more than 5,300 signatures to represent the people of northern New York on the Democratic line in November.”
Bernie Lange April 10, 2018 My Champlain Valley A grass roots campaign for a Democratic spot in the Congressional race for New York’s 21st district. Tedra Cobb delivered thousands of petitions signatures to put on the ballot as a Democratic candidate in November’s general election. Cobb is a North Country entrepreneur but she does have a background in public office. She ran for and won a seat for the St. Lawrence County Legislature in 2001. “After a 2 day tour through 12 counties in New York’s 21st Congressional District, I am honored and proud to deliver 5,300 (signatures) and a bit more.” The incumbent is Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, who was first elected in 2014. Watch the video at My Champlain Valley.
Mike Anich April 10, 2018 The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN, NY — A caravan for Democratic Congressional candidate Tedra Cobb of Canton made its last stop in the sprawling 21st Congressional District in Fulton County on Monday night. Cobb, who hopes to gain the Democratic nomination to run against U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, met with local supporters at the downtown Sir William Johnson Park. The St. Lawrence County businesswoman the last two days had been gathering petitions and visiting all 12 counties of her district, ending her political odyssey in Fulton County. She was due today to present her petitions today to the state Board of Elections in Albany. The 21st Congressional District includes all or parts of Fulton, Hamilton, Clinton, …
Tedra Cobb to Deliver Thousands of Signatures for Democratic Spot on Ballot in NY-21 Congressional Race
Tedra Cobb will make brief remarks and be available for comment when she delivers thousands of petition signatures to place her on the ballot as the Democratic candidate in the general election in November.
WWNYTV April 8, 2018 With less than a week before petitions need to be filed to be on the ballot as a democrat running for New York’s 21st Congressional district, candidate Tedra Cobb was making her rounds on this side of the district. Cobb made a stop in Watertown Sunday afternoon to greet and rally supporters. Cobb says she plans on having her petitions in this Tuesday and says she’s not worried about the other candidates in this race. Watch the video on WWNYTV.
Tedra Cobb, the Democratic candidate from Canton, recently spoke with a half-dozen people about healthcare.
Tedra Cobb was the clear winner at Thursday evening’s Fulton County Democrats Forum, where nearly 200 voters gathered to hear from the candidates.
I am running so that Northern New Yorkers have representation in Washington from someone who, unlike Elise Stefanik, is rooted in this district, and is prepared to listen to and be accountable to her constituents.
“We need to ask, where was Elise?” said Cobb. “Where’s Elise? She’s not here, that’s what we need to do, we need to hold her accountable.”