Tuesday, March 6, 2018




Malick to take second run for State Senate

Malick: "rightfully disgusted"

WAWAYANDA – The woman who is leading the charge to stop the CPV power plant from operating has announced that she is running for State Senate in the 42nd District. Two years ago Pramilla Malick ran and lost against incumbent Republican John Bonacic.

Malick said people are “rightfully disgusted” with the way government is being run.

“We are dealing with some really heavy issues – some life and death issues; this is going to be a pretty serious, high stakes race, I believe. We are fighting for the survival of our county at this point,” she said.

Malick said she was overspent by Bonacic in the last election, but “it’s not about the money.” She plans to speak out on the issues of education, healthcare, government corruption, election reform, youth empowerment and the civil rights for people with disabilities.


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