Morin and Harder to represent party on ballot BETHLEHEM -- A state Appellate Court's rejection of an appeal by the Bethlehem Democratic Committee means two mavericks, highway department employee Dan Morin and retiree George Harder, will run as Democrats in the November election rather than the committee's choices. The ruling,
While a lower court has found that the petitions forms for Giles Wagoner and Dan Coffey were filed incompletely, the appeals process is currently under way. We hope that the voters of Bethlehem will have the opportunity to vote for their candidate of choice in the primaries. We promise to
On Thursday, August 10, the BDC held a Special Meeting to discuss the ongoing litigation and the resulting endorsement situation. Below details the four votes taken during that meeting, as well as the results. Read the Times Union article here. Should we request Dan Morin and George Harder to drop
We were happy to see so many friends at Shogun of Delmar for our Meet the Candidates event! Thank you for joining us and sharing your ideas with us. We look forward to a great campaign and a bright Bethlehem future together.
BDC Chair Jeff Kuhn and Superintendent of Highways Brent Meredith issued a joint press release regarding the 2017 elections.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “It is with mixed emotions that I announce today that I have accepted a position with the State University of New York at Albany and will not be seeking reelection as Bethlehem’s Superintendent of Highways,” stated Brent Meredith. “I have enjoyed serving the residents of Bethlehem over
It was the largest showing of residents at a Bethlehem town board meeting in five or six years. "If a legal refugee comes in I'll do anything i could to help them," one resident said. About 150 people were there, each with their own opinions on how immigrants, refugees and
The town of Bethlehem approved a resolution that memorializes a town policy by reminding people that immigrants and citizens will be treated equally under town law. The policy has been practiced for years. Protecting human rights for both citizens and immigrants majority of people spoke up in favor last night.
The BDC Oktoberfest event was held Thursday, October 6th at Twisted Vine in Delmar. Turnout exceeded expectations and made for a very festive evening!