Neuhaus plans 2017 campaign kickoff

Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus has scheduled a fundraiser in April that will also serve as the kickoff for his campaign to win a second term in office this November.

The event will take place at the Palacio Conference Center in Goshen on the evening of April 6, right after Neuhaus delivers his annual State of the County address. Tickets cost $50; “sponsors” are invited to spend between $250 and $2,500 on groups of tickets.

Neuhaus, a Republican and former Chester town supervisor, beat former county legislator Roxanne Donnery in 2013 for a four-year term as county executive, succeeding three-term Republican Ed Diana. He had around $195,000 in his campaign coffers as of mid-January. Michael Sussman, the civil rights attorney and Democratic activist, has said he’s considering running for county executive this year, but thus far no Democrat has formally entered the race.

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