Teri Rennia

Broadcast debate
In their only live broadcast debate, Democrat Teri Rennia and Republican Richard David discussed their visions and goals for Binghamton.
City voters next Tuesday will decide whether Rennia or David will be Binghamton's next mayor.
The candidates answered questions Wednesday on WNBF Radio's B…
Public safety
Teri Rennia has released a five-point plan on how she would address public safety if she's elected Binghamton mayor.
Rennia, who is City Council president, is the only announced Democratic Party mayoral candidate.
Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program this morning, Rennia said the …
The newest candidate
Edward Hickey says he's "sure a lot of people" were surprised by his announcement that he plans to run for the Republican nomination for Binghamton mayor.
Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, the 45-year-old Hickey said he'd been "kicking around t…
Another candidate
A Binghamton businessman says he wants to run for mayor.
45-year-old Edward Hickey plans to announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination next week.
Campaign manager Quintin Maidment said Hickey manages Fitzie's Irish Pub and the Belmar Pub, both located on Main Street in Binghamton...
A new race
Six weeks after saying he would not be a candidate for mayor of Binghamton, Richard David Monday said he's changed his mind.
David plans to make a formal announcement on April 25 at Terra Cotta Catering on State Street.
David had cited past late tax payments in his February decision to scrap a pl…
Campaign underway
Binghamton city council president Teri Rennia says she wants to be mayor.
Rennia has announced she's running as a candidate to succeed fellow Democrat Matthew Ryan, who can't seek re-election because of a term-limit law.
Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, Rennia said she and her family a…