Rep. Morelle and Singletary speak about issues they believe are most important to voters
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Election Day is four weeks from Tuesday. News10NBC caught up with Congressman Joe Morelle and his opponent former Rochester police chief La’Ron Singletary, the two candidates running to represent you in congress.
Singletary and Morelle spoke about the issues they believe are driving voters. Both candidates pointed to crime and have different proposals to tackle it.
More of our coverage:
- Morelle & Singletary have first debate weeks ahead of Election Day (Oct. 3)
- Morelle and Singletary looking to solve problem of city violence (Oct. 3)
- Congressional candidate La’Ron Singletary speaks about plan to stop violence (Sept. 9)
- Rep. Morelle details campaign priorities, Singletary responds (Aug. 10)
Morelle is the incumbent and says accessible abortions and restricting gun ownership are a big part of his platform.
“I always think it’s who’s best able to represent the interests of this community on a whole host of issues, whether it’s the fundamental right of women to reproductive health, whether it’s getting illegal guns off our streets,” Morelle said.
Singletary says between the economy and violence in the city, people are going to vote like their lives depend on it.
“I think people are going to go to the polls with a couple things in mind this year, public safety, inflation” Singletary said. “Those are when I’m traveling across the district, that’s what people are talking about.”
Here are some deadlines to keep in mind before the November 8 Election. The deadline to register on October 14.