Elected News has just published a report on Twitter about a leaked text message chain in which a GOP consultant told U.S. Congressional candidate, Claudia Tenney, that he saw a political benefit in the possibility of violence at local Black Lives Matters protests. Upon obtaining this text chain, Elected News contacted all seven people involved and spoke to four of them-including the person who released the texts. Elected News also solicited a reaction from Indivisible Mohawk Valley, one of the organizations responsible for organizing the events, which were held in Utica, and in Binghamton.
This report is published on the Elected News social media page, Twitter.com/LukeRadel
About Elected News
Elected News publishes original news and political commentary on Twitter and YouTube. For more information or news tips and story ideas email Elected News at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elected News is your source for news and political commentary, both locally and nationwide. The multi-media organization was created by Luke Radel, who discusses the issues of the day, asks tough questions of countless politicians and public figures, and puts a new spin on political coverage in an era where everything is changing.
About Luke Radel
Luke Radel created Elected News during his summer break from school. He realized many of his friends needed to know more about how the political system worked and what was going on in the world. Radel created Elected News as an informative and entertaining way to address this need with content produced from his original reporting delivered on a multi-media platform.
Luke also advocates for his brother Mark who has Down syndrome. To learn more about The 21 Club of CNY, a Down syndrome support group in the Utica area that does great work, visit www.the21club.org or search for “The 21 Club of CNY” on Facebook and YouTube.