Yet Another Candidate Files Against Boyland Jr.

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William Boyland (Photo: Facebook)

The field against Assemblyman William Boyland Jr., who’s currently facing his second set of federal corruption charges in less than a year, continues to grow and grow. The latest aspiring Assemblyman for the 55th Assembly District is Dion Turner, a public school teacher.

Mr. Turner joins community activists Tony Herbert and Anthony Jones, as well as Nathan Bradley, the Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator John Sampson, and the incumbent himself. Even more candidates could be waiting in the wings.

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Field to Take on Boyland Jr. Officially Grows Even Larger

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Nathan Bradley (Photo: Facebook)

This morning The Politicker reported a new challenger, Anthony Jones, had officially registered a committee for the race against indicted Assemblyman William Boyland Jr. This afternoon, another candidate has filed for the seat: Nathan Bradley, Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator John Sampson.

This brings the total number of candidates running for the seat to four: Community Activists Tony Herbert & Mr. Jones, Mr. Bradley and, of course, the incumbent himself.

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Race to Replace Boyland Jr. Officially Grows

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Anthony Jones (Photo: Facebook)

The race for Assemblyman William Boyland Jr.’s seat got a bit more crowded last week when Anthony Jones filed a committee for the campaign. Mr. Boyland’s political future is currently very much in doubt as he’s infamously facing his second set of federal corruption charges.

Mr. Jones, who has worked on a host of other campaigns in Central Brooklyn, said he’s been plotting a run for office ever since he was a teenager. He describes himself as “a kid who was involved in all types of bad things when he was 14, put up in a lock-up facility, and turned his life around.”

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Poughkeepsie Assemblyman to Retire, Cites ‘Constant Corruption’ in Albany

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Assemblyman Miller (Photo: Facebook)

Joel Miller, a Hudson Valley Republican first elected in 1994, won’t run for reelection when his term is up at the end of the year.

“There comes a time,” Miller said in a telephone interview with Gannett’s Albany Bureau. “There’s too many people who stayed long after they should have left. There comes a time when you make room for new blood.”

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