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Assemblyman Stirpe: We Need to Work Together to Help Children

Every child deserves a safe, stable home and the support to not just grow but flourish. The sad reality, however, is that too many kids lack these basic necessities. In fact, the federal Children’s Bureau found that New York fell short on standards...

February 16, 2018
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Assemblyman Stirpe: National African American History Month Honors Triumphs

February is National African American History Month. It gives us all an opportunity to acknowledge the oppression and injustice that African-Americans have faced since our nation’s founding as well as the tenacity it took to overcome and shape our...

February 9, 2018
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Assemblyman Stirpe: Discuss the State Budget at My Town Hall Meetings

With the 2018 legislative session in full swing, I’ll soon turn my attention to New York’s 2018-19 budget, and I want to know what you think should be included. The state budget determines how hardworking taxpayers’ money is invested and which...

February 2, 2018
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Assemblyman Stirpe: Nominate CNY Women Making a Difference for the 2018 Women of Distinction Awards

There is no shortage of extraordinary women doing incredible work across New York State, especially here in Central New York. They are doctors, tending to our wounds and getting us back on our feet. They are police officers, upholding...

January 26, 2018
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Assemblyman Stirpe: Voice Your Opinions with Community Survey

My job as your assemblyman – first and foremost – is to make sure your concerns heard in Albany. This includes crafting a state budget that helps Central New York and tackling issues facing our part of the state. In order to help serve you better, I...

January 19, 2018
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Welcome Letter

Welcome to my website!

I’m proud to offer this site as a resource for the residents of 127th Assembly District which includes the towns of Cicero, Clay, Manlius, Tully, Fabius and Pompey.

On this page I’ll keep you updated and informed on the...
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