Christohper Folk brings a diverse background to the Seneca County District Attorney’s race. After losing a close primary in June to be on the Republican Party line – Folk stayed in the race after receiving the Working Families Party endorsement. This week on Inside the FLX he was in-studio talking about the campaign, and what he hopes to bring to the District Attorney’s Office in 2020.
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On this episode of The Melissa Killeleagh Show on FingerLakes1.com, Melissa is joined in-studio by Seneca County Court Attorney Christopher Folk to talk about his life experience and professional journey.
John Nabinger says his greatest quality as a candidate for District Attorney in Seneca County is his fairness and desire to see better for the community. This week Josh Durso caught up with Nabinger to discuss his campaign, the issues, and how he would approach the office if elected this fall. Nabinger will first have to make it through a Republican Primary, which will be held on June 25th.
Spring weather looks like it is finally here to stay in the Finger Lakes! Jessica Lahr has your top local photos of the week, an interview with the owners of the Newark Pilots and Geneva Red Wings of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, and an interesting discussion on what needs to be done to stimulate the Upstate New York economy with Waterloo Town Justice Christopher Folk.
Town of Waterloo Justice Christopher Folk spent his early years in Seneca County. His career has taken him from coast-to-coast — working in or near major metros like Washington D.C., Boston, Massachusetts, as well as spending a period in Southern California. His educational background is nearly as diverse as the map noting all of the places he has spent time working. On this week’s edition of Inside the FLX, Justice Folk sat down with Josh Durso to discuss a variety of issues facing the region.