CORNING— Representative-elect Eric Massa was in the Soul Full coffee shop on Main Street explaining his position on a federal bailout of the auto industry when a slender man in a shirt and tie approached.
After congratulating Massa for his victory over incumbent Randy Kuhl, the man explained that he sat on the board of Read More
Not all of Hillary Clinton’s upstate political successes are of the whistle-stop tour, farm-policy-literate variety. Forgive the long block-quote from today’s New York Times article on her relationship with upstate Fortune 500 company, Corning, which has traditionally backed Republicans:
In April 2003, a month after Corning’s political action committee gave $10,000 to her re-election Read More