Ritchie Begins Senate Run In Fulton

St. Lawrence County Clerk Patty Ritchie begins her run for State Senate Monday morning with a series of campaign stops that begin in Fulton.

She’ll make her candidacy official at a 10:00 a.m. appearance at the Tavern on the Lock restaurant in Fulton, then make a noon stop in Watertown and a 5:30 p.m. stop in Canton.

Ritchie, a Republican, will campaign to win the right to face Democrat Darrel Aubertine for the 48th State Senate district seat that includes most of Oswego County.

Ritchie has increased her visibility in the last year by heading a petition drive to repeal Gov. David Paterson’s plans to change the design of state license plates, something which would cost every driver $25 to swap the plates this year.


  1. The Democrats need to put money back into the hands of small businesses where it is needed.
    The Republicans have had 8 years under Bush Corruption what we got was a War for profit, oil prices at all time high unemployment all time high most people still remember what we got under the Republicans and that was enough.

  2. After watching the local towns here in oswego county stuggle year after year while the same people profit that live on the hill. The same people here in office where is the money always going – to the same people right Will.

  3. This will be great! Another Long Island crony. Dean Skelos would love to have a puppet. This Aubertine guy has been a thorn in the side of his leadership stopping crap bills like the farmworker bill and all that anti-gun crap the Assembly passes every year. This clerk is just going to be a pawn for the thiefs in Long Island.

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