Thursday, May 7, 2015

Provenzano Announces

Jeanette Provenzano announced her candidacy for Alderman-at-Large.

She also stated that she supports Gallo for Mayor.  A ticket of Gallo/Provenzano is extremely formidable.

As noted in the Daily Freeman:

“I believe Mayor Gallo deserves another term,” Provenzano said. “I think the city is headed in the right direction.”
Gallo, in turn, said he supports Provenzano’s candidacy.
“She has been a hard-working, dedicated, zealous advocate of the public interest,” the mayor said. “She has always been people first, politics last.”
Those of you who read this blog know that I recommended Gallo choose Jeanette as his running mate. Now that it is happening, all I can say is that this is a HUGE development.

The pressure is now on Steve Noble.  Who will be his running mate?  If he chooses one of the 2 Aldermen rumored to be considering it, i.e. Will or Dunn, they will not match up well with Jeanette, a legislator with 2 decades of experience.


Anonymous said...

This is great news for Kingston! She has so much experience, she's reasonable, fair and approachable...not too mention gutsy!

Anonymous said...

It is fabulous news . Jeanette is always for the people unlike Will and Dunn who have hidden agendas and like to play political games. I was feeling uneasy with a Noble/Noble ticket. Not a healthy situation.....could be problematic.

Anonymous said...

The royal Noble family captured the city democratic committee's attention this morning at a local breakfast nook with the announcement that indeed Jimmy will be nephew's running mate. Pretty sickening when you think about it..The kid who thinks he'll be able to run the City and Uncle Jimmy who barely shows his face at meetings. Like it's an entitlement for them. Let the games begin..

Anonymous said...

Jim Noble now says he is running again. Guess he needs to tap off his pension plan with the city. 14 years is a longtime to serve. We need new blood and no more friends and family plan at city hall. Geesssh! Noble Monopoly..

Andrew Champ-Doran said...


You called this one. I must say, the County's loss could well be the City's gain. Best of luck to Jeanette.

Andrew Champ-Doran