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GOP turns to self-funding candidates

… That’s why Republicans also are touting the prospects of businessman Randy Altschuler (R), a candidate against Rep. Tim Bishop (D-N.Y.) who has put $450,000 into his own race. Altschuler had a strong quarter, pulling in just over $200,000 from individual donors.

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G.O.P. Gearing Up for 2010 House Races

On eastern Long Island, in a swing district, Republicans are hoping to unseat Timothy H. Bishop, a four-term Democrat, with a well-financed challenger. Randy Altschuler, an entrepreneur, has pumped $450,000 of his own money into the campaign; his latest disclosure reports show about $540,000 in the bank; Mr. Bishop has $710,000.

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@NYSYR: Great article on fellow YR Randy Altschuler

@NYSYR: Great article on fellow YR Randy Altschuler raising over $500K so far in the NY-1… http://bit.ly/2SVejj #tcot #sgp #nysyr

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Long Island: First District Tussle

Republican leaders contend — and independent analysts agree — that Mr. Bishop is potentially vulnerable to defeat in next year’s election, especially since the emergence of Randy Altschuler, a businessman who not only has put $450,000 of his own money into the race but also has raised sizable chunks of money from others.

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House GOP Candidates Bank More Money

The 10 House candidates with the largest increase in cash on hand during the third quarter are:

Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., $2,386,500

House Candidate Rob Miller, D-S.C., $1,595,147

House Candidate Randy Altschuler, R-N.Y., $538,495

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Across the Nation, Big Money Congressional Races Heat Up

By CRP’s latest tally, among House challengers, Bera’s haul ranks as the sixth largest sum so far this year — behind Republican William Russell in Pennsylvania, Democrat Rob Miller in South Carolina, Democrat Jack McDonald in Texas, Democrat Suzan DelBene in Washington and Republican Randy Altschuler in New York.

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Election 2010: Winners and Losers

Businessman Randy Altschuler, proved his financial prowess against Rep. Tim Bishop (D-N.Y.). Altschuler raised $211,000 and supplemented that total with $450,000 out of his own pocket. That gives him nearly as much cash-on-hand as Bishop, a four-term incumbent.

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Campaign cash: The tops and the flops

Businessman Randy Altschuler proved his financial prowess against Rep. Tim Bishop (D-N.Y.). Altschuler raised $211,000 and supplemented that total with $450,000 out of his own pocket. That gives him nearly as much cash-on-hand as Bishop, a four-term incumbent.

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Candidates show money for ’10 races

Tim Bishop’s opponent, businessman Randy Altschuler (R), raised a strong $209,000 and self-funded $450,000. Sanford Bishop’s opponent, state Rep. Mike Keown (R), will take a bit longer to get there after raising $107,000 in two months.

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