Trailblazers PAC in the News


ithaca.com: “Trailblazers PAC calls on Reclaim NY to release finances”
Former New York State Senate candidate and Ithaca resident Leslie Danks Burke’s clean government organization, Trailblazers PAC, has called on
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Ithaca Journal: “Your Turn: Consider running for local office”
Presidents Day honors George Washington, the father of our country, and Abraham Lincoln, the great emancipator. These men share something
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WRHU-FM’s A League of Our Own
Listen here as Trailblazers PAC President and Founder, Leslie Danks Burke, discusses Trailblazers PAC and women in politics with Emily
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MyTwinTiers.com: “Workshop to learn about local politics”
The Trailblazers PAC held a workshop in Elmira Saturday for those who want to learn the ins and outs of
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AuburnPub.com: “Eye on NY: PAC brings ‘front porch politics’ to NY, PA local elections”
It is not uncommon to see a candidate who ran an unsuccessful campaign for elective office form a political action
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Ithaca.com: The General Election is Coming: Will Tompkins County Residents Show Up To Vote?
At first glance, Tompkins County seems fired up. The election of Donald Trump galvanized a new political verve here. Every
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WCNY Capital Pressroom: September 29, 2017 – Leslie Danks Burke
In this month’s GOP primary for Rensselaer County Executive, just over 1.5% of the county’s population voted for the winner,
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The Messenger Post: Trailblazers PAC endorses Kevin Beckford for Pittsford Town Board
Trailblazers PAC, the non-partisan pro-transparency organization founded by former State Senate candidate Leslie Danks Burke, announced the endorsement of Kevin
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NPR Around the Nation: Rural Democrats Try To Make Inroads In Republican Strongholds
Rural Democrats are trying to figure out how to make their party relevant to voters who don’t live in cities.
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Spectrum News: Finding common ground despite divisive rhetoric in Washington
Political divisions seem to be growing bigger by the day, but some politicians in New York insist that people of
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