Brian Grear running a spiteful campaign

Hudson, Mike
July 2008
Niagara Falls Reporter;7/29/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 28, p2
The article reports on the candidacy of Brian Grear for 62nd district state senate seat in New York. It questions the campaign of Grear because he is running as a Democrat. In April 2008, he announced that he will run against Ernie Palmer in the primary for Niagara County sheriff, under the Republican Party. It is inferred that the candidacy of Grear will serve as another hallmark of failed Democratic leadership.


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