October 28, 2014

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Former assemblyman says this is difficult election year to read

NEW YORK – Former state assemblyman Arthur Jerry Kremer is head of New York AREA, a pro-Indian Point group and he said it is no surprise that Democrats oppose the nuclear power plant.

Despite that, he doesn’t see that as the key issue in next week’s elections.

“No doubt there are some people who want to close Indian Point, who will support the incumbent Democrats,” Kremer said. “That’s not a surprise. They have supported them in the past. This is a very touchy year to read,” he said. “While the governor will poll well at the top of the ticket as well as state comptroller and the attorney general, a lot of local issues are coming into play.”  

Those local issues will decide individual assembly and senate races around the state, Kremer predicted.

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