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Seven Dems Vie For Faso's 19th District Congressional Seat

Antonio Delgado of Rhinebeck (shown here with his sons Maxwell and Coltrane) is one of seven Democratic candidates seeking to oust U.S. Rep. John Faso in the fall election. Photo Credit: Provided
John Faso Photo Credit: File

Seven Democrats have entered the June 26 primary race to challenge U.S. Rep. John Faso in the fall election.

Democrats in the race include Antonio Delgado, 41, of Rhinebeck in Dutchess County; Brian Flynn, 50, of Hunter in Greene County; and the only female candidate: Erin Collier, 34, of Cooperstown in Otsego County.

Four other challengers are from Ulster County, which makes up about one-third of the Democratic voters in the 19th Congressional District’s 11 counties.

The Ulster candidates are: Patrick Ryan, 36, a Kingston native who lives in Gardiner; David Clegg, 65, of Woodstock; Gareth Rhodes, 29, an Esopus native who lives in Kerhonkson; and Jeffrey Beals, 41, of Woodstock.

For more details on the Congressional primary race and their fundraising efforts so far, click here:

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