Any observer of last night’s League of Women Voters forum can see the clear contrast in this race: we’re putting forward common-sense solutions that appeal to voters across the spectrum. We’re serious about getting to work and tackling the issues that will make a meaningful difference in the lives of upstate New Yorkers. We’re standing up for the men and women of this district we have been left behind by their elected representatives for too long. And we’re going to continue to run a clean, issues-focused campaign that doesn’t rely on dissembling or misleading voters as its default position. Listen to the audio of last night’s debate courtesy of WAMC.