Congratulations to Sara Rowden, our outgoing Chair, for receiving the Harold Brohinsky Award for her outstanding service to the Clinton County Democratic Party! Congratulations to Harold Ryan and Meg LeFevre who were also recognized for their outstanding work this year. Many thanks to Rachelle Armstrong and her committee for putting together this wonderful event. Thank you to our guests of honor, Emily Martz, Billy Jones and Dave Favro – we wish them the best on their elections and will work hard to get out the vote for them. We thank Andrew Wylie and Dave Favro for their interesting information about the opioid epidemic and how it affects the addict, their families and our community. We are fortunate to have such dedicated and compassionate people in law enforcement – we need to keep Democrats in office to continue the progress being made. I was just so impressed with their presentation and their commitment to do more than “arrest away” the problem. Thanks to all who attended – your support of the party is crucial.  Thanks for all you do – so proud to be a Democrat!


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Dynamic Democrats – Town of Plattsburgh Councilor (and Deputy Supervisor) Meg LeFevre, Clinton County Legislator Patty Waldron, Town of Plattsburgh Councilor Barb Hebert,  Clinton County Treasurer Kimberly Davis and Clinton County Democratic Chair, Sara Rowden.

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