The Renée4Canandaigua message is in the headlines!

Ok, so maybe that’s overstating the case a little bit.   But there has been some coverage of my work on City Council and my campaign.  Click the links below to take a look.

Endorsement of my reelection from the Inquiring Taxpayer himself, Joe Nacca.

“A woman of concern as well as action,” one of the nicest things anyone has ever said about me!

Advocating for my neighbors.

Making the case for Democratic leadership on City Council.

Fighting against tax giveaways for billionaires.

HUD grants for community development should not be granted to for-profit businesses that do not directly benefit low-income people.

No docks for the Finger Lakes Resort!

Accountability from the Ontario County Humane Society.

We won! 

Read my candidate essay in the Daily Messenger here.

Check out my endorsements from former Victor village mayor Jason Ashton, former city council member Maria Bucci, and my excellent friends James Campbell and Dr. Kerry Graff.

Hear about why I want to serve my neighbors as a member of the Canandaigua City council here.

Read about the Spring Canandaigua Democrats breakfast and the launch of my campaign here.

Click here to read my comments from the Canandaigua City Finance Committee Meeting about the Finger Lakes Resort Project.

Read about the town hall meeting for the NY 27th that I helped to organize here.

See me confront our Congressman on CNN about failing to meet regularly in public with his constituents here.

I spoke with Jordan Mazza at Spectrum News about why I believe citizen engagement is a gift for democracy. Watch that conversation here.

Spectrum News spoke with me after my meeting with Chris Collins. See it here.

 

2 thoughts on “Renée in the News

  1. Renée, it looks great! Ignore the hubby😊

    For those folks who may not know Renée, give her your vote because you won’t be disappointed! I worked with her for many years and I was always impressed with her ability to assess a situation and find creative, cost-effective solutions. She was never afraid to take a challenge head-on. She’s bright, savvy and not easily intimidated. She loves a good challenge. Wish I lived in the area so I could vote for her!

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