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Roger Misso for Congress won’t accept corporate PAC, fossil fuel money

Auburn Pub | Robert Harding | 

Like other Democratic candidates in the 24th Congressional District race, Roger Misso is pledging to refuse donations from corporate political action committees. But he’s also promising to go further than his fellow Democrats by not accepting funds from the fossil fuel industry. 

Eye on NY podcast: Running for Congress (with NY-24 candidate Roger Misso)

Auburn Pub | Robert Harding | 

Today on the Eye on NY podcast: 

An interview with Roger Misso, one of three Democrats running in the 24th Congressional District race. Misso discussed his central New York roots and answered questions about a few major issues, including climate change and health care. 

From County Line Road to Congress? Roger Misso aims to bring new leadership to CNY

Auburn Pub | Robert Harding | 

Roger Misso is no stranger to the four counties in the 24th Congressional District. 

Misso, who is seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. John Katko in 2020, grew up on County Line Road in Red Creek. While he was a Wayne County resident, he spent time in neighboring Cayuga County and recalled dining at Rudy’s Lakeside Drive-In on the shore of Lake Ontario in Oswego. 

Race for NY’s 24th Congressional district in 2020 is already heating up

Local | 

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) The race for New York’s 24th District Congressional seat in 2020 has officially begun.

The District covers much of Central New York including all of Cayuga, Onondaga, and Wayne counties, and the western part of Oswego County. 

Two Democrats have already declared their candidacy for the seat currently held by three term Republican John Katko.

Democrat Declares Early Challenge to John Katko in 24th Congress District for 2020 Election

WAER 88.3 | Chris Bolt | 

One Syracuse man who’s not content with the way things are going in Washington has already thrown his hat into the 2020 Congressional Race.  Democrat Roger Misso believes people and their needs could be represented better in the 24th district.

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