An obstructionist Congress will likely be one of the themes Democrat Aaron Woolf attempts to use as an issue in the coming campaign. That, along with charges of big money and outside interests trying to influence the local race, are themes emerging as you follow posts on Mr. Woolf's website and Facebook page.
Today Mr. Woolf was touting an on-line petition urging support for Senate passage of an equal pay for equal work law.
Behind the scenes, Democrats who follow all of this closely are brimming with confidence their side will win a race six months ago was thought lost.
Mr. Woolf also has joined in a national Democratic attempt to vilify the Congress as creatures of comfort and privilege who get free haircuts and health club privileges.
What Mr. Woolf is still lacking is good name ID versus opponent Elise Stefanik who got very well known as a result of the recent GOP primary.
However, following what is coming out of Mr. Woolf's effort so far does give an indication of his message and so far his presentation and imaging has been well done.
One troublesome bit of video was pointed out recently by Glenn Curry. It is a March 8 interview in which the candidate admits he had never been to Watertown before that day. In the interview, Mr. Woolf stated "home is where the heart is", as he insisted his heart is in NNY.
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