GOP Delegates Select Lazio for Governor

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Delegates at the New York State Republican Convention rebuffed Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy in his bid to get on the September Republican primary ballot to challenge former Congressman Rick Lazio.

In a prior ballot, Lazio won almost 60 percent of the delegates' support for governor, which was enough to easily win the GOP's designation. Buffalo businessman and Tea Party activist Carl Paladino came in a distant third in today's ballot, but is still expected to get the 15,000 signatures neccessary to force a primary challenge in September.


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The Westchester News from New York State

New York State Political Parties are fixing Elections, they are selling political seats to the highest bidder.

The American vote does not matter in Westchester County, New York. This needs to be addressed, and stopped before the November Election 2010. This is Public Corruption!

Keyword: New York State Election 2010 Fix

Jun. 11 2010 10:47 PM

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