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Kathy Marchione calls herself a 'true conservative’ (and she is)
The Register Star ^
| Sept. 7, 2012
| Billy Shannon
Posted on 09/13/2012 2:53:16 PM PDT by Upstate NY Guy
Hudson, NY - Kathy Marchione, who has been Saratoga County Clerk since 1997, decided to challenge state Sen. Roy McDonald in the Republican primary for the 43rd District seat in part due to his 2011 vote in favor of same sex marriage in the state.
I would not have voted for gay marriage, Marchione said in a phone interview last week. He actually told people he was voting no and then he voted yes. I wont tell people something and do something else.
Marchione calls herself a true conservative and said her belief is that the definition of marriage is that it is between a man and a woman. I believe in traditional marriage, she said.
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TOPICS: New York; Campaign News; Issues; State and Local
KEYWORDS: marchione; mcdonald; ny43
Calling all Freepers in the NY 43rd Senate district to get to the polls ASAP and vote for Kathy Marchione. Roy McDonald has betrayed us. He flipped positions and became the gay marriage poster boy. Please help send this RINO packing.
To: Upstate NY Guy
I like her! She looks like a lady I’d want to live next door to.
posted on 09/13/2012 2:58:42 PM PDT
Yup. And RINO Roy McDonald is starting to look a lot like Jery Sanduski.
To: Upstate NY Guy
thanks for the post. if she checks out, i’ll send money.
posted on 09/13/2012 3:25:46 PM PDT
Thanks. The primary pols close in 1/2 hour. I hope she wins. The incumbent received $926,000 from the gay lobby, over 5 times what she has raised. For a state senate race $ 926,000 is an unbelievable amount. If Kathy wins the primary I am sure she will appreciate the help.
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