November 4, 2011

Buffalo News: Job growth pivotal, but the dispute is over how

If there’s one bread-and-butter issue that matters to a cross section of families across Erie County these days, it’s surely this: Jobs. Both candidates for county […]
November 3, 2011

WNED: County Executive Campaign Hits Final Days

Mike Desmond (2011-11-03) BUFFALO (WNED) – Today is Thursday and Tuesday is Election Day and the candidates for county executive were out on the hustings yesterday going at each other […]
November 2, 2011

Buffalo News: Rat problem raises new interest in race

If voters in Erie County smell a rat this fall, it’s not surprising. After all, the two candidates for the office of Erie County executive are […]
November 2, 2011

WKBW: Controversial Political Race Turns Toward the Issues

Buffalo, N.Y. (WKBW) – Election Day is less than a week away and candidates for Erie County Executive, Incumbent Chris Collins and Mark Poloncarz, are reaching […]
November 1, 2011

Buffalo News: Volunteer fire companies a hot issue

Volunteer fire companies can be one of the touchiest subjects in Erie County’s volatile political landscape. For many people, they are beloved — almost sacrosanct — […]
November 1, 2011

YNN: Decision 2011 profile: County Executive race

ERIE COUNTY, N.Y. — It’s a race that was contentious long before it even began. The two candidates competing for county executive are fundamentally opposed in […]
November 1, 2011

Buffalo News: Poloncarz to address Merriweather forum

Mark Poloncarz, the Democratic candidate for Erie County executive, will attend a town hall meeting in the Frank E. Merriweather Jr. Library, 1324 Jefferson Ave., at […]
October 30, 2011

Buffalo News: Give the edge to Poloncarz

Despite Collins’ strong financial record, we lean to the challenger for executive This is a more difficult endorsement than we would have expected. You could hardly […]
October 28, 2011

Buffalo News: Robocall complaints hit Poloncarz

Political hanky-panky surrounding the race for Erie County executive started with the mail. It took over the telephone lines Wednesday and Thursday. Nearly two dozen complaints […]