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Frontlines Activist Leaders for New York
East Greenbush
Tom King
Tom King
East Greenbush
518-479-3586
Bowmansville
David Maybach
David Maybach
Bowmansville
716-684-0155
Seneca Falls
Scott Buisch
Scott Buisch
Seneca Falls
(315) 577-2959
Chester
George Kydon
George Kydon
Chester
845-742-6780
North Baldwin
Gary Miller
Gary Miller
North Baldwin
917-282-8411
Remsenburg
Joshua Berger
Joshua Berger
Remsenburg
631-801-2089
Kingston
Elmer LeSuer
Elmer LeSuer
Kingston
914-466-5940
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