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Rennia Holds Fundraiser Dinner

You know the saying a way to someone's heart is through their stomach.  Well, what about the way to someone's vote?

On Tuesday, Teri Rennia cooked up some homemade pasta sauce to entice voters at a fundraiser dinner.

The mayoral candidate says she will be holding events like Tuesday's dinner all over the City so she can meet with constituents and learn what they want for the future of Binghamton.

As we've reported,  Rennia may see a primary election. Sources say local business owner John Cordisco is seriously considering a run for a spot on the democratic ticket.  However Rennia says she's not focusing on who she's running against.

"It's really up to the voters to decide.  It's up to the voters to listen  to everybody's vision.  To ask and to decide who they think can best represent that vision," said Rennia.

Two business owners, Rich David and Ed Hickey will face off in an republican primary.

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