Kuhl’s Party, Massa’s Push

Some random pieces of information about the last stage of the close-fought race between Republican Representative Randy Kuhl and challenger Eric Massa:

Kuhl just announced that he’s going to be holding his election night party at Pleasant Valley Wine Company Visitors Center, in Hammondsport, which, according to its web site, is “fun for the entire family and a great learning experience.”

Hillary Clinton is campaigning with Massa this afternoon in a late effort to move Democratic voters to the polls.

Kuhl picked up the endorsement of the Western New York Police Association and was given an award from the American Farm Bureau's Federation for his support of agriculture legislation.

That is all.

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