Republicans in New York’s 115th Assembly District are choosing between the incumbent and a challenger who is repeating her 2012 primary contest.
In New York’s North Country, the key primary race finds incumbent Republican Janet Duprey facing challenger Karen Bisso in a rematch. Duprey won in 2012 and says she’s a bit surprised that she’s facing the same challenger. “Certainly I won substantially two years ago and then certainly won the general election by an even greater margin. So it was a surprise that the same challenger came back. But I feel up to the challenge.”
Preliminary results in the Republican Assembly primary in the new 115th district in northern New York was won by the incumbent. But one of the challengers will remain on the November ballot.
Three-term Assemblyperson Janet Duprey was challenged by David Kimmel and Karen Bisso in the northern New York primary. The unofficial tally shows Duprey winning. Clinton County Republican Commissioner of Elections Greg Campbell says turn-out in the rural district was slight.
Two challengers will face off against the incumbent in Thursday’s primary for New York’s new 115th district.
Republican incumbent Janet Duprey, repeat challenger David Kimmel, and Karen Bisso, who has never before run for office, are on the ballot in Republican primary for the 115th Assembly District. Incumbent Janet Duprey was first elected in 2006 to the Assembly.
Janet Duprey joins her challengers in citing the key issue for the region as jobs.