The Tompkins County Republican Party has announced two G-O-P challengers to run against incumbent Dryden Legislators Mike Lane and Martha Robertson.
Republican candidate Amy Scott will be run against Democrat Martha Robertson for the 13th legislative district which covers the western part of Dryden. Robertson is the current chair of the Tompkins County Legislature, she is campaigning against Republican Congressman Tom Reed and plans to run for Reeds Congressional seat in 2014, Robertson is currently seeking reelection to another term in the Tompkins County Legislature. Scott, a lifelong Dryden resident, is employed in auto sales.
Republican Nancy Werany will challenge incumbent democrat Mike Lane, Lane represents the eastern part of Dryden.
Werany owns and operates the Turret House bed and breakfast in the Village of Dryden.
Meanwhile here in Cortland County, a democratic challenger has emerged against Republican Cortland County Legislative chair Mike Park. The County Democratic committee has nominated independent candidate Alan Gandelman to run against Park. Park is seeking his third term, he has served as chair of the legislature for the past two years, he owns and operates Homer Iron Works. Gandelman is co owner of Main Street Organic Farm in Homer.