The Post-Star's editorial board made endorsements in contested races for the general election. The endorsements are as follows:
Over more than a month, The Post-Star editorial board has been meeting with candidates from across the region who are seeking its endorsement.
There are three important propositions that New York voters will be considering on Election Day this year. (Remember they are on the back of t…
Since Hal Bain informed us he was not running for office and would not serve, the only question the editorial board had was whether Tony Metiv…
It was especially gratifying to hear both Tim Brewer and Jennifer Switzer come out against the political antics we have seen in the town over …
In the past year, we have seen endless arguments, echoing across the internet and network news studios, about what is true and what is false, …
When Phil Nicholas heard that the Easton Town Board was considering making the highway superintendent an appointed position, he was concerned.
Evera “Sue” Clary, mother of five adult children, grandmother of six, wants a future that might bring her children and grandchildren home.
Peter Olesheski brings a strong professional background as an environmental educator and a strong political background as a five-year member o…
Voters in Glens Falls’ First Ward have a chance to go in one of two very different directions as they choose their representative in Warren Co…
Robin Barkenhagen hands out a card that lists his platform for the councilor-at-large seat on the Glens Falls Common Council:
Ben Lapham finds the meetings of the Glens Falls Common Council “perfunctory” and suggests the unity ticket being promoted by three Republican…
Third-Ward voters in Glens Falls have two good choices as they select their Common Council representative for the next four years.
Four years ago, when Jim Campinell was running for office for the first time, seeking to represent Glens Falls’ 1st Ward on the Common Council…