August 12, 2011

Local Media Veteran Joins Poloncarz Team

Poloncarz Campaign Also Announces Consultant Team ERIE COUNTY, NY – Mark Poloncarz, Erie County Comptroller and candidate for County Executive, has announced the addition of former […]
August 9, 2011

Poloncarz: Collins’ Record on Job Creation is One of Failure

While Collins Claims Credit for Recent Job Growth, Reality is Erie County Has 10,700 Fewer Jobs and Unemployment is 2.4% Higher Than in June 2008 ERIE […]
August 8, 2011

Buffalo News LTE: Collins must not know how foolish he sounds

You’ve got to be kidding me. Erie County Executive Chris Collins is complaining about a union contributing to Mark Poloncarz, and claiming that Poloncarz must have […]
August 7, 2011

Buffalo News LTE: Executive has a duty to protect public health

I’m not someone who believes in having government solve everyone’s problems. I think we all could stand to be a bit more self-sufficient. However, I do […]
August 7, 2011

Buffalo News LTE: Collins’ elitist attitude hurts the average man

Chris Collins’ supposed vision is that Erie County will be a world-class community where people want to live, businesses want to locate and tourists want to […]
August 5, 2011

Buffalo News: Poloncarz issues challenge to Collins for three debates

Mark C. Poloncarz, Democratic candidate for county executive, has challenged Republican incumbent Chris Collins to a series of three debates during the upcoming campaign. “It is […]
August 5, 2011

Buffalo News: Poloncarz issues challenge to Collins for three debates

Mark C. Poloncarz, Democratic candidate for county executive, has challenged Republican incumbent Chris Collins to a series of three debates during the upcoming campaign. “It is […]
August 4, 2011

Artvoice LTE: I Reiterate, Chris Collins: Rats!

I moved to Western New York in 1998 after graduating from veterinary school in Louisiana. As a young professional, I was uncertain what the challenges of […]
August 4, 2011

Artvoice: Campaigning vs. Governing

By Geoff Kelly, Around here, political campaigns not typically heat up until late summer, when folks have returned from their vacations and advertising dollars are not […]