Emily in the News


Healthcare Forum: Live & on Facebook Live! Thursday, October 25 7–8 PM 28 Broadway, Saranac Lake The crippling costs of premiums, deductibles and pharmaceuticals are on the minds of working families, seniors, business owners and local governments. The New York…

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In the summer of 2017 Emily Martz resigned from the Adirondack North Country Association and announced she was running in the Democratic primary for New York’s 21st Congressional District. She lost that bid and subsequently decided to run for state…

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October 23 marks two weeks until election day! Please join us in an evening of conversation and inspiration. This event is for people who have never met Emily and for those who have been supporting her from the beginning. Come…

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Emily Martz is campaigning on a set of ambitious goals, the biggest of which is creating a statewide health care system for all residents. She sees health insurance as an economic development issue, as well as a priority from a…

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There will be no debate this year between state Sen. Betty Little and the first main-party challenger she has had in 12 years in the 45th Senate District. The League of Women Voters wanted to organize a debate and contacted…

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Listen to Emily’s interview on Capital Tonight with Liz Benjamin!

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Come to the North Country for local cuisine! Farmers like Tom, Steve, and Ben Tucker in Gabriels are adapting their visions to the changing times. Studies show that young people care more about the food they eat when they travel…

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Preserving farmland and promoting local artists! Today was the Agricultural Stewardship Association’s 17th annual Landscape for Landsake: Art Sale and Exhibition. Thank you, ASA for supporting our farms and celebrating the arts.

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I enjoyed the morning and early afternoon meeting voters at the great St. Joseph’s Harvest Dinner in West Chazy!

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This week I had the chance to talk with John at Charlie’s Inn in Lake Clear about what new recreational trails in the area would mean to our region. Having built my career in the North Country in economic development,…

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I spent part of the morning at Argyle‘s village wide yard sale! A great place to meet people and hear what’s on their minds. Top of the list: healthcare, jobs and broadband. I think it’s time for some fresh energy…

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In the September Primary, the town of Keene turned out 47% of registered Democrats – that’s 25 points above the county average! It’s time to get out the vote!

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