UTICA -- With just over two weeks until the midterm election, gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe (L) made a visit to Utica Sunday for a rally at Breeze's.
The main topic at the rally was change for New York State. Some of those changes include a push to legalize marijuana and eliminate the state income tax.
The event was packed with people showing their support for the candidate.
Sharpe also discussed how he could benefit the local area if he were to win the race for governor. He said:
"Making sure we understand that eminent domain is theft and we want to make sure we support local businesses," Sharpe said. "Small business is everything. If you want a resilient economy, you have to have a strong entrpreneurial class, and that means supporting small businesses."
Sharpe will face four other candidates in the race for governor which include incumbent Andrew Cuomo (D), Marc molinaro (R),
Howie Hawkins (G), and Stephanie miner (S).