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Randy Altschuler Signs The Mount Vernon Statement

February 17, 2010 Randy Altschuler, the conservative Republican candidate for Congress (NY-1), joined conservative leaders from around the nation and signed THE MOUNT VERNON STATEMENT. The statement which defines the “principles, beliefs and values of the conservative movement” was released Wednesday afternoon at a news conference in Alexandria, Virginia, is signed by a “who’s who” of the American conservative movement…

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Randy Altschuler Establishes Vetrans Corner

Randy Altschuler is committed to our veterans.  Bob Smith is the former Director of the Suffolk County Veterans Service Agency. Bob will be happy to blog and answer your questions in regard to Long Island and national veteran issues. Randy believes that Veterans Corner will provide the campaign with an opportunity to assist veterans and their family members to ask questions of concern from the comfort of their home or office.

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Randy Altschuler on Dean Murray’s Victory

“The Republican and Conservative victory last night proved that the change that Senator Scott Brown brought to Massachusetts has taken root in New York.”
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NY CD 1: Republican Challenger Randy Altschuler is Well Positioned to Topple Incumbent Democrat Congressman Tim Bishop!

McLaughlin & Associates recently conducted a survey of 300 likely general election voters in the 1st Congressional District of New York. The results clearly show that incumbent Democrat Congressman Tim Bishop is extremely vulnerable in 2010. The results also show that Randy Altschuler has the right background and message to defeat Tim Bishop.

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These House Incumbents Didn’t Make the Fundraising Grade

Republican businessman Randy Altschuler reported raising $1,049,150, which includes the $200,000 contribution. Bishop won re-election to his 1st district seat with 58 percent of the vote in 2008, but voters there only supported President Obama for president with 51 percent, an indicator of the district’s competitive potential.

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GOPers Promote 28 Candidates

The NRCC has promoted 28 of their best-performing candidates to new levels of the party’s “Young Guns” program for promising challengers. Randy Altschuler is the Young Gun for NY-01.

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Randy Altschuler for Congress (NY-1) – SUFFOLK COUNTY LIBERTY REPORT Frank Seabrook

Randy Altschuler, conservative Republican candidate for the House of Representatives from New York State’s First Congressional District, is widely recognized as a successful entrepreneur who has started, operated and grown businesses. He has created hundreds of new jobs in New York and across the United States.

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NRCC adds slew of names to ‘Young Guns’ candidate recruitment program

Randy Altschuler is now polling within single digits of his Democratic opponent, Rep. Tim Bishop (D-N.Y.).

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Republicans Have Eyes on House Seats in Northeast in Midterm Races

Republican candidates are showing surprising financial strength in Congressional districts held by Democrats in the Northeast that party leaders have singled out as ripe for what could be critical gains in the November election…On eastern Long Island, the Republican candidate, Randy Altschuler, a businessman, is closing the gap with the Democratic incumbent, Representative Timothy H. Bishop.

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GOP Fight in Suffolk

Supporters of candidate Randy Altschuler released a letter today urging party leaders not to “slam the door” and “hijack”  the nomination process.

“We must let it be known, that all candidates seeking our nomination will be given fair and equal treatment, whether they are newcomers to politics, or are individuals who been involved in GOP politics for decades,” wrote seven Suffolk County Republican officials.

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