Senate candidate Kenan Baldridge is ready for Albany

Kenan Baldridge was in town Tuesday between rounds across the district in his campaign for the 54th state Senate district. With the heated Republican primary over, it’s clear Canandaigua Town Supervisor Pam Helming will be Baldridge’s main rival in the Nov. 8 election to replace the seat long held by state Sen. Michael Nozzolio, R-Fayette. Baldridge, a Democrat in a predominantly Republican district, said he is not deterred. The Rose town supervisor is typically in the minority party-wise in his home Wayne County, and in his campaigning throughout the district he said he doesn’t waver from his core beliefs though they run counter to many Republican platforms.

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