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2 groups’ ads boost Altschuler over Bishop

WASHINGTON – Two outside conservative advocacy groups have given Republican Randy Altschuler a definite edge over Democratic Rep. Tim Bishop in the ad war in the much-watched congressional race on Long Island’s East End.

Randy Altschuler gets Boost Over Bishop >

Tim Bishop has increasingly come under fire from his constituents for his positions on cap-and-trade and being a rubber stamp for Nancy Pelosi. This is in direct opposition to Randy Altschuler’s pledge to protect taxpayers.

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Representative Tim Bishop refuses to attend two non-partisan debates

Due to a scheduling conflict Randy Altschuler is unable to debate with Tim Bishop before the League of Women Voters October 21st.  Tim Bishop refuses point blank to debate Randy before the Southampton Citizens Forum, declaring they have an affiliation with the Tea Party.

James Boyed, organizing the Southampton Citizens Forum, denies being affiliated with the Tea Party Movement.

From the article’s title you’d never guess that it is Mr. Bishop who is the one who is avoiding speaking before the public.  Hmmm…media bias?

Bishop refuses to attend non-partisan debates – Read more >

Randy Altschuler’s views on Obamacare, Cap-and-Trade and more.

 

 

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Tim Bishop is Just a Rubber Stamp for Nancy Pelosi

NY-1 citizens protest against Tim Bishop.

Watch video of Tim Bishop confronting constituents >

See Randy Altschuler’s views on Obamacare, Cap-and-Trade and more >

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Tim Bishop ignores citizen’s views on Cap and Trade law.

Watch Video: Tim Bishop ignores constituent’s concerns on cap-and-trade  >

Read Randy Altschuler’s position on cap-and-trade

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Representative Tim Bishop Refuses to Answer Constituents

Rep. Tim Bishop, D-N.Y., canceled town-hall meetings after a particularly unruly group prompted him to get a police escort back to his car.

Read more about Tim Bishop avoiding constituents >

Tim Bishop is running against businessman Randy Altschuler who has signed the taxpayer protection pledge.

 

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Randy Altschuler Responds to Outsourcing Charges at Debate

Randy Altschuler was asked to respond to charges that he outsourced jobs overseas while at OfficeTiger, a charge made by Tim Bishop and by Republican opponents in the September primary.

“We did not outsource American jobs and move them overseas,” Mr. Altschuler said. “I’ve created over 700 jobs in the United States. We had an international business and we had customers and employees all around the world so we were a functioning company everywhere.”

But he said that high taxes and government regulations were responsible for driving companies overseas, and he questioned how many private sector jobs Mr. Bishop has created.

Read more about Randy Altschuler and outsourcing >

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Pataki For Altschuler

Former Governor George Pataki has endorse Randy Altschuler in the CD-1 contest between Altschuler and Tim Bishop.

Randy Altschuler endorsed by Former Governor George Pataki >

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Congressman Bishop, challenger Altschuler square off in Wading River debate

The first of many candidate forums featuring Congressman Tim Bishop and his Republican opponent Randy Altschuler to be held in the final weeks leading up to the the November 2 elections kicked off at Monday night’s meeting of the Eastern Long Island Executives at East Wind in Wading River.

Read more about Randy Altschuler’s debate >

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Meet the Candidates Night Yields Huge Turnout, Many Turned Away from Meeting

Randy Altschuler, Representative Tim Bishop, Ira Bernstein, and Steve Englebright were there last night. But many who came to see them couldn’t even get in the door.

Read more about Randy Altschuler >

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In Ads, Democratic Candidates Play Down Their Label

Randy Altschuler, a businessman who is running against Tim Bishop, calls himself a conservative and in his advertisements frequently juxtaposes images of Tim Bishop and Ms. Pelosi.

Read more of the NY Times Article on Randy Altschuler >

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