Results Have Marked Harckham’s First Two Years in Senate

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In his first term as our state senator, Peter Harckham has been working hard for us. In only two years, he has made the lives for individuals and communities better in multiple ways.

During COVID he’s helped many people, cutting through red tape to help get unemployment benefits, food, financial aid, access to health care and guaranteed sick leave. He’s also helped small businesses get the funds and support they need from state agencies by getting results faster and more reliably. 

He’s sponsored bills for improving services for those affected by the opioid epidemic, domestic violence, including children, and women’s health challenges. Sen. Harckham has brought state funds to many communities, including a grant for the first eco-friendly hybrid police vehicle in Croton-on-Hudson, $1 billion for additional school funding and money for repaving roads such as Route 139 in Somers, which is now much safer to drive. He was also instrumental in getting a bill passed to protect our waterways and drinking water. 

And Sen. Harckham has done this while voting against tax increases, giving middle class tax relief and preserving the 2 percent property tax cap. If you attend one of his town halls, as I have, you’ll see he listens to constituents and follows through on our issues and concerns.

For all these reasons and many more, we need to vote to re-elect Pete Harckham as our state senator.

Ann Glazer

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