IN THE NEWS

Catch up on the latest coverage of the campaign.

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September 16, 201

From Fox 40: "Kraham's plan begins with creating a new position for an attorney to prosecute slumlords."

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September 16, 2021

From NewsChannel34: "Republican Jared Kraham held a news conference today to release his 8 point plan for housing and code. He’d like to add a new dedicated attorney to prosecute slumlords and head up a housing integrity task force. The current deputy mayor would also add 2 to 3 additional code inspectors to the current 6 in the department."

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June 23, 2021

From NewsChannel34: "The Republican candidate for Binghamton Mayor says it’s long past due to overhaul the city’s ethics rules. Jared Kraham, who is currently the Deputy Mayor, introduced legislation during City Council’s work session yesterday evening."

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May 11, 2021

From NewsChannel 34: "Deputy Mayor and Republican candidate for Mayor this Fall, Jared Kraham, says one major objective should be shoring up the city’s aging water and sewer systems."

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January 12, 2021

From pressconnects.com: "During his campaign announcement, Kraham, a Republican, touted his work under David's administration pursuing opportunities to revitalize the City of Binghamton and the need for continued efforts to assist homeowners and small businesses, if elected." 

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January 12, 2021

From Spectrum News: "The city of Binghamton will welcome its first new mayor since 2014 next year. And he could come from just down the hall. Deputy Mayor Jared Kraham announced his candidacy for the seat Tuesday morning. He has served under current Mayor Rich David for the past seven years." 

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January 12, 2021

From WSKG: "The deputy mayor said he is running to support law enforcement and make the city’s neighborhoods safer. Kraham said public safety is the top concern he hears about from residents." 

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