Niagara Gazette

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October 20, 2013

Fruscione will continue to campaign on Conservative, Independent lines

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Niagara Gazette — After intense political pressure from state leaders Anderson provided a third vote, joining Grandinetti and Walker in approving the development agreement and construction on the project is expected to begin next year.

A political mailer was circulated in the city in support of Fruscione’s campaign lauding him for asking “tough questions” and depicting developer Mark Hamister as a con man aiming to fleece taxpayers in Niagara Falls.

The mailer, which was distributed by the political action committee WNY Progressive Caucus, drew scrutiny from the press and Fruscione accused the media of working to smear him when conceding on primary night.

Contact reporter Justin Sondel at 282-2311, ext. 2257

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