Skip to comments.NEW YORK ELECTION CENTRAL
Posted on 01/14/2010 7:05:20 PM PST by MestaMachine
NEW YORK ELECTION CENTRAL
We need names, positions, platforms, news articles, statements, pictures. We need to separate the RINOS from the Conservatives, and most of all, we need to get the liberals of either party OUT!
We can do this if you help. I have started this thread. All you have to do is contribute a little time and a little research. Help us help this country, and between us, we WILL take our country back!
Let's Do It!!!
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You New Yo’kers have your work cut out for you
Kirsten Gillibrand of New York (Barack Obama won New York with 63%)
Chuck Schumer of New York
The Class I Senate seat in New York currently held by Kirsten Gillibrand, will be contested in special elections resulting from Hillary Clinton’s appointment to the Cabinet as U.S. Secretary of State
Is there any hope going on there to get rid of ANY dims? The myriad of idiot critter’s is scarey
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Running against him is Nan Hayworth
Tell me about it.
Mr. “use it or lose it” Maurice Hinchey up for re-election in the 22nd district.
Republican George Phillips is challenging him for a 2nd time and appears to be a good person for the job.
Let’s face it - compared to Hinchey - pretty much anyone else looks good for the job.
Hinchey is a card carring member of Democratic Socialists of America as is Nancy Pelosi.
Eric Massa-D Corning is running again in 23rd district He needs to go.
“Kirsten Gillibrand of New York (Barack Obama won New York with 63%)”
Gillibrand is VERY vulnerable.
If we call talk shows, write editor’s letters, talk with everyone we know, etc., I think we can get her voted out.
Not much hope if the goal is to elect true conservatives. If you are willing to take baby steps and vote for a RINO, then yes, there is hope that we can shift the landscape to the right. Pataki (RINO) leads Gillibrand (RAT) something like 53% to 38% if Pataki decides to run. Yes, Pataki is in the RINO Hall of Fame; I know that, but if given a choice between Pataki and Gillibrand, the choice should be obvious.
My husband never pronounces the “m” in Massa ;)
I’m in NY-18. Nita Lowey is our rep but I have heard of no challenge by a Republican.
how ‘bout you? ;)
I’ve done my time in politics! Plus I’m having health issues. I live in the smallest section of the district on the west side of the Hudson. I would imagine a candidate would come from Westchester.
Describing himself as a self-made millionaire voters will know, Thomas DeChiaro of Mahopac announced Wednesday that hes forming an exploratory committee to consider running for New Yorks 19th Congressional District seat.
The 47-year-old businessman, who is president and CEO of the Winery at St. George, linked his announcement with the stunning upset a day earlier by Republican Scott Brown, who won a special election for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts. The blue-collar families of the Hudson Valley are alarmed by the ever expanding size of government and their rising tax bills, he said. The congressional seat, now held by Rep. John Hall, D-Dover Plains, is already being sought by Nan Hayworth, a well-financed Westchester County Republican and ophthalmologist.
I will do so from now on....it fits, and it's perfect.
I have passed along a bad habit.
My work here is done.
David McFadden of Tuxedo Park announced Friday that he's running for Congress, making him one of at least three Republicans gunning for the seat Democratic Rep. John Hall has held for three years.
McFadden, founder and CEO of an architectural consulting firm in Manhattan, and a former mayor of his gated village, said in a statement that it was his civic duty to run, and called himself the only true conservative of the Republicans hoping to challenge the ultra liberal Hall.