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Senate Race: De Blasio At It Again But No Match For Murphy

JEFFERSON VALLEY, NY – This week’s release of the 2018 July Periodic campaign finance filings by the New York State Board of Elections show incumbent Senator Terrence Murphy earned a nearly six-to-one cash advantage over his next opponents, outraising them both combined. The filings also demonstrate that Democratic candidate Robert Kesten has hitched himself to […]

Percoco Verdict: No Laughing Matter For Harckham

TARRYTOWN, NY – The campaign of Senate candidate Peter Harckham is still reeling a week after the Journal News exposed how as a top staffer at the ‘New NY Bridge Project’, Harckham openly mocked the fact that he had no knowledge of when the much delayed opening of the over-budget bridge would occur. The email […]

Taking The Scenic Route: Murphy’s $50,000 Grant Paves The Way For New Walkway In Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow, NY – The Village of Sleepy Hollow first gained its reputation as one of the Hudson Valley’s most popular tourist haunts through a short story written about the Headless Horseman, a wraith who scourers the countryside terrorizing villagers. Today, Sleepy Hollow is equally renowned for notable landmarks such as the Philipsburg Manor House […]

Murphy Cheers Signing of New York’s Drug Take Back Act

Measure Creates Statewide Pharmaceutical Take-Back Program; Builds on Senator Terrence Murphy’s Successful ‘Shed the Meds’ Program Albany, NY – Everyone knows someone who has been affected by the opioid epidemic, whether it’s a friend, co-worker, or that friendly stranger you pass on the street who always says hello. According to the Centers for Disease Control […]

Murphy sponsors 2018 summer reading program

Literacy Program Will Keep Kids Reading Skills Sharp in the Hot Months Ahead Yorktown, NY – For kids, summertime means swimming, baseball and plenty of other fun-filled activities. On the other hand, parents concerned the educational gains made by their children during the school year may go by the wayside, look for ways to keep […]

Murphy, DOT & Yorktown Shed Light On A Dangerous Intersection

Yorktown, NY – For the past 18 months, passing through the intersection of Route 118 and Route 129 in Yorktown made drivers feel as if they were playing bumper cars. However, Senator Terrence Murphy and the residents of Yorktown didn’t find any humor in the situation. Senator Murphy, the New York Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) […]