NYSRPA candidate ratings and endorsements for general elections

| October 21, 2014

NYSRPA candidate ratings and endorsements for general elections

NYSRPA candidate ratings and endorsements for general elections

ALBANY, NY (10/21/2014)(readMedia)– The New York State Rifle & Pistol Association candidate ratings are now available.

http://www.nysrpa.org/files/2014general.pdf

The following candidates have been endorsed by the NYSRPA Political Victory Fund:

  • Governor, Rob Astorino
  • 5th Assembly District, Al Graf
  • 8th Assembly District, Michael Fitzpatrick
  • 9th Assembly District, Joseph Saladino
  • 15th Assembly District, Michael Montesano
  • 94th Assembly District, Steve Katz
  • 98th Assembly District, Karl Brabenec
  • 104th Assembly District, Sakima A. Green-Brown
  • 105th Assembly District, Keiran Lalor
  • 106th Assembly District, Mike Kelsey
  • 107th Assembly District, Steve McLaughlin
  • 108th Assembly District, Carl Gottstein
  • 110th Assembly District, Tom Jasiewicz
  • 111th Assembly District, Peter Vroman
  • 134th Assembly District, Peter Lawrence
  • 3rd Senate District, Tom Croci
  • 41st Senate District, Sue Serino
  • 43rd Senate District, Kathy Marchione
  • 46th Senate District, George Amedore
  • 49th Senate District, Hugh Farley
  • 60th Senate District, Kevin Stocker
  • 62nd Senate District, Robert Ortt
  • Chautauqua County Sheriff, Russell Payne
  • Greene County District Attorney, Joseph Stanzione
  • Jefferson County Sheriff, John Bocciolatt
  • Putnam County Clerk, Michael Bartolotti
  • Rensselaer County District Attorney, Joel Abelove
  • St. Lawrence County, County Legislature District 4, Joel J. LaPierre
  • St. Lawrence County, County Legislature District 5, Travis Dann
  • St. Lawrence County, County Legislature District 6, Larry D. Denesha

In releasing the candidate ratings, NYSRPA President Tom King had this advice for voters:

“Everyone needs to vote for Rob Astorino for Governor, preferably on the Conservative line. For state legislative races, vote for the highest rated candidate in each district. If the incumbent voted for the so-called SAFE Act and is rated “FS”, vote for their opponent no matter who they are or what their grade is. They do not respect your civil rights.”

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Originally posted by NYSRPA.ORG.

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