Category Archives: Campaign Finances

Want Reed Out? Here’s a Way Everyone Can Help!

I heard Nate Shinagawa say at the  2012 July 4th Parade in Hammondsport that you don’t need to raise the most money, but you need enough money to compete. As of today, there are eight Democrats running for the right … Continue reading

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Can we see fascism among us?

It is easy to see fascism in violent demonstrations, but what about more mundane examples? Attacks on Muslims and other minority groups. Organized attacks on public education. Proposals for a mercenary army. Private prisons. Border walls. Militant militias. Personal arsenals. … Continue reading

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Tom Reed’s 1Q 2017 Contributions

     Tom’s top 1Q 2017 contributors of $5000 are listed below. These are the largest amounts reported. With one exception, the smallest contribution reported was $250. “Contributor’s Name “,”Contributor’s Address “,”Employer/Occupation “, “Date “,”Amount ($) “,”Aggregate ($)”,”Limits” “USAA Employee … Continue reading

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Congress legalizes bribery

The strongest of all warriors are these two–Time and Patience –Leo Tolstoy H.J. Res. 41–The Legal Bribery Bill On February 1, the House considered H.J. Res. 41, Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, … Continue reading

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Poll: Who Will Win & How Many Electoral Votes Will They Get?

We have been bombarded with National and State Polls for over a year. We know that the candidate who will be elected President will be the one who earns 270 or more electoral votes. Who do you predict will be elected President? … Continue reading

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Tom Reed pleasantly surprised

The story, Reed added, “is really not newsworthy. I have nothing to do with that business enterprise.” That business enterprise is RR Resource Recovery, Tom’s family business. Tom Reed was pleasantly surprised recently when he learned from news reports that … Continue reading

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Gary Johnson, Libertarian

Gary, Johnson, a former Governor of New Mexico, is running for President as a Libertarian. Johnson claims to be a social liberal and fiscal conservative. Johnson hopes to win enough votes to prevent any other candidate from winning a majority. … Continue reading

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