Almost 14 months before Election Day 2020, Democrat Sean M. Ryan is slated to announce Saturday he will run for the 60th District Senate seat to be vacated by Republican Christopher L. Jacobs. Ryan, looking to ascend to Albany’s upper house after exactly eight years in the Assembly, said late this week he will gather dozens of political, community and labor leaders in the City of Tonawanda’s Niawanda Park for what he labels a major show of support. “It is very broad-based support from Grand Island to Evans,” he said, noting the 60th District’s northern and southern extremes. “People are really committed to a seat that had been held by a Republican and will be turning Democratic again. “It’s most important to make sure the district is behind you,” he said. Veteran observers recall no other State Senate candidate ever launching a campaign before Election Day of the previous year. But none are surprised since Ryan has been exploring a run ever since Jacobs declared his own 27th Congressional District bid in May for the seat now held by Republican Chris Collins. Since then Ryan has been canvassing local party leaders for support, hired Manhattan political fundraiser Stephanie Berger, and… Read full this story
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