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State Senator Betty Little Discusses Reelection Campaign

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Senator Betty Little

New York state Senator Betty Little represents the 45th district, which includes Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Warren and parts of St. Lawrence and Washington Counties. She served seven years in the Assembly before her election to the upper chamber in November 2002. The Republican is now facing Democrat Emily Martz as she seeks another term. Little says she is seeking her 9th term because she loves what she’s doing.
“I love the challenges that are everyday and I love getting good results. I always put people ahead of politics. I always have and I always will. I work with whoever I can in order to get the results I need to get for the people that I represent. And I’m committed to working hard for them.”   …atmosphere is that way

An extended conversation with New York Republican state Senator Betty Little, who is running for re-election to represent New York’s 45th Senate District, is below. She is being challenged by Democrat Emily Martz. An interview with Martz is also posted at wamc.org.

Extended conversation with Senator Betty Little regarding her reelection campaign.

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