East Hampton Republican, Conservative & Tea Party Leaders Endorse Altschuler for Congress

Posted on 22 February 2012

At Hook Mill on Friday, East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson and Councilpersons Dominick Stanzione and Theresa Quigley endorsed St. James businessman Randy Altschuler’s second campaign for New York’s First Congressional District.

East Hampton Republican Party Chairman Kurt Kappel, East Hampton Town Conservative Party Chairman Vincent Downing and East End Tea Party Chair Lynda Edwards also endorsed the candidate who is vying for the Republican Party line in hopes of facing off against Congressman Tim Bishop for a second time. George Demos, a Ronkonkoma attorney who waged a primary battle against Altschuler in 2010, is also running for the seat.

“I am very grateful for the endorsement and support of East Hampton’s most important elected officials and party leaders,” said Altschuler in a statement. “East Hampton, under Bill Wilkinson’s leadership, is a model for the country. In the midst of the Obama-Bishop national economic calamity, Bill Wilkinson, Theresa Quigley and Dominic Stanzione have rescued East Hampton from fiscal ruin and the irresponsible management practices of the past. I also acknowledge the efforts of Vince Downing, Lynda Edwards, and Kurt Kappel, whose steadfast support of the Wilkinson administration’s policies are critical to East Hampton’s continued success.”

“[Randy Altschuler} will bring to the United States Congress, extraordinary intelligence, integrity and a solid record of job creation success,” said Supervisor Wilkinson.

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6 Responses to “East Hampton Republican, Conservative & Tea Party Leaders Endorse Altschuler for Congress”

  1. Miriam says:

    “[Randy Altschuler} will bring to the United States Congress … a solid record of job creation success,” in India. I so hope the Republicans are dumb enough to nominate this rube again.

  2. Sam M says:

    you can blame the outsourcing of jobs overseas on unions and ObamaCare, not tge CEO’s trying to compete in the global marketplace. But as a library’s I guess I should not expect you to understand the idea of competition.

  3. philathome says:

    The above post is an example of the result of republican cuts to education.Ididn’t know “Libraries” knew anything about politics.

    If you think education is expensive,wait until you get a load of the cost of stupid.

  4. Lindsey says:

    http://thetruthaboutrandy.com/ The Truth About Randy Altschuler

  5. Advance small government values in the Republican Party!

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