Author Topic: American Crossroads Goes Negative Against Republican Candidate  (Read 211 times)

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Re: American Crossroads Goes Negative Against Republican Candidate
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2014, 05:24:56 PM »
For those needing background on this race:

Neither one of these two are particularly "tea party" friendly candidates. Stefanik, age 29, is a dyed-in-the-wool GOP Establishment candidate with deep ties to DC. Doheny is rapidly approaching "perennial candidate" status and is on his fourth consecutive candidacy for the same seat after relocating from Manhattan back in 2009. Both are assured of ballot access this November against Aaron Wolff, a relatively unknown filmmaker from Brooklyn.

DC, Manhattan, Brooklyn... what a winning combo.

There was a Tea Party candidate in the race, Joe Gilbert, but he dropped out during petitions, citing a family problem.
Quote of the month:
"Drumbeats remind me of orchestras, and orchestras remind me of... orchestration." (David Paterson)


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