In case you missed my live tele-town hall on Tuesday, April 8, you can listen to the recording here. We had many questions covering a wide range of issues, ranging from Obamacare to jobs on Long Island and many more. Take a moment to listen and learn more about my positions on issues that may be of importance to you.
Our primary opponent is under the false assumption that if he presents his own misinterpretation of NYS budget documents as fact, Long Island Republicans will take his word at face value. There is no tolerance for Demos' new Lie of the Week.
Knowing Obamacare funding has become the central issue of the 1st Congressional District primary, the state legislature attempted to conceal the funding in the budget by moving the $24.3 Million line item in Governor Cuomo's draft budget.
George Demos, a Conservative Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in New York's first district, today called on Lee Zeldin to oppose the 2014-2015 New York State Operations Budget. Demos noted the most recent Senate Budget bill, S-6350E-2013, contains $190 million to fund the New York Obamacare Insurance Exchange (Page 405 line 1).
with petition season well underway, nearly all Republican clubs in New York’s First Congressional District announced their endorsement of NYS Senator Lee Zeldin’s campaign for U.S. Congress.
NYS Senator Lee Zeldin, a Conservative, GOP candidate for NY's 1st congressional district, spoke on the main stage at CPAC 2014 this week. Zeldin received great applause when he said, "If you want to keep your doctor, you may have to change your congressman." However, he received the greatest Personal courage is about stopping Common Core...."
Balancing our budget is good. Reducing our national debt and deficit is good. The road to achieving these two laudable goals must not be through a reduction of military troop strength to pre-World War II levels.
NYS Senator Lee Zeldin, Conservative Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in New York’s First Congressional District, was announced today as a featured speaker for the main stage of the nation’s preeminent conservative event: CPAC 2014.
Just when you thought the Demos-Zeldin couldn't get any stranger...
Has the Demos for Congress campaign punt blocked the campaign strategy of Zeldin for Congress. It appears since George Demos has entered the game, the Zeldin camp has been more effort in defending NYS Senator Lee Zeldin's stand on Obamacare than promoting their agenda to change Washington.
For the past several weeks, potential GOP candidates for New York's 1st congressional district has been involved in a Donnybrook of epic proportions -- especially for this early in the campaign. Now Long Island's fledgling talk radio station, LI News Radio, has added fuel to this fiery primary campaign.
It is with humility and a great deal of excitement that I announce my candidacy for the 3rd NYS Senate District seat being vacated by Sen Lee Zeldin. I am honored to receive the endorsement and support of the Suffolk County Republican Committee and look forward to working closely with them to ensure our Conservative/Republican values are represented in Albany.
In response to another negative personal attack on George Demos by Lee Zeldin, Demos for Congress campaign manager Kevin Tschirhart today denounced Senator Zeldin's campaign for the untruthful attacks and challenged Senator Zeldin to admit he voted to fund the Obamacare exchanges in New York State.
NYS Senator Lee M. Zeldin (R-C-I, Shirley), NYS Assemblymembers Al Graf (R,C,I –Holbrook) and Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square) introduced comprehensive legislation today to halt Common Core and its associated testing for three years.
Earlier this week, Demos for Congress campaign challenged to NYS Senator Lee Zeldin to a debate stating, "Is there a difference between federal funding and state funding?"