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NY-23 Unity Rallies in Corning & Olean

Many different, but similar collections of political grassroot groups have been working behind the scenes to energize the voters of the NY23rd. I don’t know, or need to know  the details of how they evolved from being unhappy constituents to … Continue reading

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Candidates’ Last Interviews

Reporter Vaughn Golden interviewed the five NY23rd Congressional Candidates on Saturday (June 23, 2018). Here are the videos of each interview. Each are about 30 minutes long.

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Job Growth in NY-23rd?

Each map below can be made lager by clicking on it. In an article posted in the New NY23rd in February, NY-23rd’s Jobs and Unemployment Data, I presented a map of NYS (below, left) that compared the number of jobs … Continue reading

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Andrei & Della Pia Open Jamestown Offices

 Running an office for your campaign is an expensive, but valuable, asset to a candidate’s campaign. The location of the campaign offices tells a lot about the political landscape facing the candidate.  There must be a reason for three of … Continue reading

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Indiana attorney general issues reminder about law allowing police to take guns from ‘dangerous’ people — FOX59

Originally posted on THE BIG BUCK HUNTER 2018:
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Following a mass shooting at a school in Parkland, Florida that left 17 people dead, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill wants to increase awareness of Indiana’s “Red Flag Law.” The statute…

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Gallant Suspends His NY23rd Campaign

“It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing the suspension of my campaign for Congress in NY’s 23rd District. I would like to sincerely thank all of those who have supported me in the past year—it means the … Continue reading

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Vote them out

If they have an A rating from the NRA, they don’t represent us. Vote them out. We need representatives who will support reasonable gun control measures to protect lives, especially the lives of children. Enough!

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