Tag Archives: Inside the FLX

Previewing ‘Front Porch Politics’ in Geneva .::. Inside the FLX 4/11/18

Leslie Danks Burke has dedicated herself to leading the way for transparent government.

When she founded Trailblazers PAC her mission was to deliver a message of transparency in local government. While her organization does not focus on state-level officials – they work to educate, and champion political candidates who are seeking local office.

Now, an event coming up on Tuesday, April 17th will put it all to music. ‘Front Porch Politics, a Dinner Theater by Rachel Lampert’ will take place at Club 86 in Geneva. The event will run from 5:15 – 7:30 p.m. and funds raised will go to candidates running transparent campaigns for public office.

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Tracy Mitrano on Campaigning, Rep. Reed & 23rd District .::. Inside the FLX 3/1/18

As Rep. Tom Reed prepares for another general election battle this fall — Democrats are working hard to make sure that the best candidate is placed before voters.

On Thursday, Tracy Mitrano, who has been noted as the front-runner coming out of recent events throughout New York’s 23rd District — was in studio talking about issues important to voters.

She talked about the depth-of-field on the Democratic side, her experience as an educator, lawyer, and cyber security expert — as well as her thoughts on a variety of polarizing issues.

Listen to the entire interview below, or check out four candidates’ appearances on ‘Inside the FLX: Meet the Candidates’ by clicking here.

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Congressional Candidate Max Della Pia .::. Inside the FLX 2/15/18

In the first installment of a multi-part series candidates vying for Democratic nomination to challenge Congressman Tom Reed (R-Corning) joins Josh Durso in-studio to talk local issues. On Episode #97 of the Inside the FLX Podcast Max Della Pia sits down in the FingerLakes1.com Studio to dig in on issues impacting the region.

Chris Lajewski talks Montezuma Audubon Center .::. Inside the FLX 2/2/18

It’s been an incredible winter for local conservationists and birders.

According to Montezuma Audubon Center Director Chris Lajewski, a record-breaking number of bald eagles were spotted just a few weeks ago. Beyond those bald eagle sightings, a number of snowy owl sightings have been recorded throughout the region.

Lajewski was in-studio on Friday talking about the development of conservation efforts over the winter, and how planning is crucial to their success in spring and summer months.

He also talked about some upcoming events for those interested in getting outdoors in February.