New York Times puts Seneca Falls in national spotlight after Clinton defeat

Seneca Falls was in the national spotlight on Election Day as the first female presidential candidate sought the White House. While former-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was unsuccessful in her bid, the New York Times featured a story on what it meant for the community — as well as those who were planning for a Clinton victory in Seneca Falls.

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  • John Plugger Mellencamp

    What it meant for the community? Probably very little when you consider that Trump won Seneca County.