Skip to comments.NY State Primary
Posted on 09/13/2010 6:21:40 PM PDT by fooman
Do Not Forget to vote in tomorrow's New York State Primary!
Tea Party List
Gov > Carl Paladino
Lt Gov > Thomas Ognibene
US Senate > Gary Bernsten
US Senate > David Malpass
US House > David Brumberg
------------------ Time to get revved up about the Tea Party!
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Carl Paladino seems to have momentum. I’ve never heard of most of these people.
Malpass is a good man. I know him personally.
That is why I did the research. Malpass we know from years of CNBC. I think Bachmann endorsed the other Senate Candidate. The point is to make a showing tomorrow.
Brumberg has been campaigning a lot in the upper east side/yorkville area.
I met Brumberg. Good guy. Let’s hope he wins tomorrow.
David Malpass is one of the few conservatives invited to CNBC’s “Squawk Box” and always has some sensible opinions to share with the viewers. How refreshing it would be to have a knowledgeable investor in Congress instead of another reckless spender!
Please fix missing letter in headline, Primary.
And now I notice that it’s NY State, not just the city.
anyone know if someone registered “independent” can vote in tomorrow’s primary?
My conservative husband is registered this way, and assumes he won’t be able to vote... I am hoping he will be able to, but....
Since Republicans have little chance of winning in my district (oh wehere have you gone Bill Green and Roy Goodman?), I register Democrat to try to keep out the worst of the worst. I had the pleasure of voting against Working Family radical John Liu three times for the Comptroller race last year!
I will be voting for Reshma Saujani in the Democratic Congressional primary (NY-14). The incumbent Carolyn Maloney is a down the line Pelosi hag and has huge support from NARAL and Planned Parenthood. Ms. Saujani’s Indian parents were business people expelled from Uganda by none other than Idi Amin. So maybe she has some appreciation for our Consitutional liberties.
This Brumberg guy, though, has an impressive resume, and I will certainly vote for him in the general.
For AG, the guy to keep out is Schneiderman. He is a hard left loon who has the backing of the New York Times and most of the Democratic establishment. He is also a member of our illustriously corrupt state Senate. I recommend Sean Coffey. He is a West Point grad and former Federal prosecutor. Rice would be my second choice.
Don’t know of any other contested races .. Is anyone going against the very cute Jessica Lappin? What about the Mikulski-esque Liz Krueger?