Tag Archives: Carl Paladino

Dr. Tom Stevens announces plans to form Personal Freedom Party in New York

In IPR comments on a previous post, Dr. Tom Stevens writes

In light of the continued failure of the LP in New York, the Personal Freedom Party will be giving it a shot in 2014. They just adopted a platform which you can see at:

This assumes that the LPNY in fact failed to obtain the 50,000 votes in the race for Governor that are required to obtain ballot status.… Read more ...

The fate of New York’s cross-endorsing parties

Austin Cassidy reports at Uncovered Politics that the New York Taxpayers Party will probably not qualify for a ballot line:

In New York, which allows fusion, it seems that finding statewide results broken down by party is nearly impossible. The state’s Board of Elections certainly doesn’t do it. Their idea of election night reporting is a letter explaining why they won’t bother, because it’s very hard to collect such information and report it.

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Albany Times-Union Capitol Confidential column predicts bigger than usual third party vote

Jimmy Vielkind, Albany Times-Union:

Third-party protests. If you consider the system a farce, the campaign bogus, our government a joke, then give it the leader it deserves: Jimmy McMillan. I can think of no better embodiment of a protest vote than him. And more seriously: the other third-party candidates like Warren Redlich, Howie Hawkins, Charles Barron (and, to a lesser extent, Kristin Davis) are offering less mainstream positions that still have a significant following.… Read more ...

Warren Redlich for Governor: ‘Please Vote!’


It’s Election Day. Thanks to all of our supporters for your effort and encouraging words.

Now please vote. Polls opened at 6 am and they close at 9 pm.

And now, some words from the media …

“We’ve been particularly impressed by Libertarian candidate Warren Redlich … who distinguished himself at the lone gubernatorial debate with reasonable, well-considered, educated responses to discussion of the state’s problems.… Read more ...

A LI daily newspaper includes third parties in their election day overview

Newsday is one of the main, daily newspapers serving Long Island, New York. Today’s election day overview article at Newsday: notes the importance of ballot access issues with the NY Governor’s race;  mentions the Libertarian and Green Party candidates for Governor; and also notes a local race where a Democratic official — having lost her primary — carries on her re-election bid using only her third party ballot lines.… Read more ...

An Open Letter from Heather Redlich to Roger Stone

Posted on the campaign website of Warren Redlich, Libertarian for Governor of New York:

You have told terrible lies about my husband. You have hurt me and my family. I have suffered anxiety and heartache. You have made me fear for the safety of my children in our own home.

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Stone-Connected Mailer Attacks Warren Redlich

This may be one of the most vicious attack ads of the season.

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The NY Daily News reports:

This grossly false and damaging flier, accusing Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Warren Redlich of being a dangerous “sexual predator” and credited to “People For A Safer New York,” is being circulated in the Capitol Region and perhaps beyond.

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Conservative Party of New York State Launches Statwide TV Ads


Conservative Party State Chairman, Mike Long, today unveiled a statewide TV ad campaign designed to remind voters “It means more when you vote on the Conservative Party line for Carl Paladino.”

“There is something going on in the country, and right here in New York, that the politicians just don’t understand.… Read more ...

Update on Kristin Davis, Anti-Prohibition candidate for Governor of New York

From http://kristindavis2010.com/


Former New York City Madam Kristin Davis, independent candidate for governor of New York, said today she would accept the apology of New York Post columnist John Podhoretz, who earlier in the week wrote that Davis was a “hooker.”

“Although I never worked as a call girl, I was held accountable for the crime of promoting prostitution,” said Davis ” I approached the escort business strictly as a business”

“I was sentenced to four months at Rikers Island and forfeited over $2 million in cash,” said Davis, who appeared at the televised debate with gubernatorial candidates Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino last Monday night.… Read more ...

Poli-Tea: The Case for Strategic Third Party Voting in the New York Gubernatorial Race

Damon Eris at Poli-Tea:

In every election, among those who cast their ballots for the candidates of the Democratic and Republican parties, there are no doubt a large percentage who do so against their better judgment and even against their own will.  These voters go by many names.  Sometimes they are called defensive voters, who cast their ballots for the candidate of one major party so as to defend against the election of the candidate from the other. … Read more ...

Libertarian Warren Redlich Interviewed about his campaign for NY governor

Kyle at LP blog:

On Thursday October 21, 2010, the Local East Village Newspaper interviewed Warren Redlich to discuss his thoughts on government spending, the war on drugs and student loans.

 Redlich is the Libertarian Party candidate for governor of New York who has some unconventional ideas for fixing the state’s $8 billion deficit.… Read more ...