Emily in the News


Emily Martz has spent months on the road campaigning for the 45th Senate District. Again and again, health care, broadband and workforce development have emerged as the dominant concerns facing local residents, she said.

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Letter to the editor: The Post-Star endorsement of Betty Little for state Senate was frustrating to me, as there seemed no strong rationale.

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Democratic state Senate candidate Emily Martz wants to bring “fresh ideas” to Albany regarding BOCES and asbestos cleanup, and says she is also focused on improving jobs, health care and broadband in New York’s 45th Senate District.

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“It’s about people coming here and saying, ‘I want to work, and if I’m going to be working, I want to know that I can take care of my family through health care.”

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From Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul: “Our North Country, from the Adirondacks to the Champlain Valley and from Glens Falls to Plattsburgh, needs fresh ideas and bold new leadership. Emily Martz has the experience, the passion, and the right vision to…

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Healthcare Forum: Thursday, October 25; 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 Health Act would reform our current system and get…

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I took some time this morning to attend a presentation and discussion about dementia at the Crandall Public Library today in Glens Falls. Dementia, including Alzheimer’s, has been a surprisingly frequent conversation on the trail.

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This weekend, President Trump again proposed new rules that would strip members of our communities of their identity and civil rights. He aims to narrowly define gender as “a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth,” according to the…

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Below is a speech given last night by Andrew Paolano at the Soup R Bands benefit for Autism Awareness. Thank you for sharing, Andrew.

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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 marked two weeks until election day! Many voters from SD45 joined us in an evening of conversation and inspiration. There were people who had never met Emily and some who have been supporting her from the beginning. People…

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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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