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Q&A with Rep. Stefanik: Faults Romney’s vote but won’t echo or criticize Trump’s attack

Congresswoman Elise Stefanik offered The Chronicle a press availability Saturday at the Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls, where she was helping conduct a hockey clinic. Chronicle editor Mark Frost wasn’t available to attend the interview, but our News Editor Gordon Woodworth asked Mark’s questions and one of his own.

Mark Frost: President Trump said at the prayer breakfast: “I don’t like people who use their faith as justification …

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Our December 5 issue

‘Buy Local’ Gift Ideas issue Elise Stefanik visits The Chronicle. Great Escape’s ‘Outlaw’ ride height outrages Glen Lake; Queensbury board: Whoa! Hudson Falls is Happening! Trees: lightings abound! Social Security to pay $20,000 monthly at old Glens Falls post office; 10-year lease. Hannaford donates $30,000 & stocks shelves of Open Door expanded food pantry. How to watch JG3’s upcoming SU games. Ray Agnew to return as VP to GF Hospital; …

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Stefanik, on Israel

Editor’s note: Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik was part of a bipartisan delegation that visited Israel Aug. 8-16. Her office offered The Chronicle a phone interview on Thursday, Aug. 22. Here are excerpts of her responses to questions from Chronicle editor Mark Frost and News Editor Gordon Woodworth.

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Q: What did you learn on your trip to Israel?

A: Well, it was my third visit to Israel, my first time …

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Our August 29 Issue

Labor Day issue Autumn Adirondack Family inside. Adirondack Independence Music Fest returns!. Stefanik, on Israel. 274 Glen rebirth is nearly complete. Morgan Smith of South Glens Falls kicking for Franklin Pierce football. 100,000 came to the Fair, soft but ‘we’re happy.’ Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Endorsements & more…

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Before I enter shark-infested waters and make some election endorsements, let me give you some context — about what goes on behind the scenes at The Chronicle and about how I see myself, the world and my role in it.

Friday at 3:06 p.m. a “Letter to the Editor” arrived in The Chronicle e-mail box. The woman who wrote the letter subsequently withdrew it, but …

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