Monthly Archives: October 2018

Zeldin is Lying about your Healthcare

  In his robocalls Zeldin uses a local physician to assure patients and constituents that he and the Republicans are not about to deny insurance for pre-existing conditions will not touch medicare will not abolish social security The physician, Dr. … Continue reading

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Lee’s Extreme Voting Record

By David Friedman: Letter to the Editor in today’s Smithtown News on Lee’s extreme voting record:

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Lee Zeldin’s ‘Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act’ Puts Your Kids at Risk

Currently, New York sets its own rules for who can carry a hidden, loaded handgun in public – as it should be. Lee Zeldin’s project, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, would take our rights away so that states with weaker … Continue reading

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The Blue Wave in CD-1

I have always wanted to know whether our efforts of canvassing and voter registration are actually paying off! Now we have some data.  Suffolk County Board of Elections collects data on new voter registrations on a monthly basis.  I have … Continue reading

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Lee Zeldin: We call BS when we see BS!

By Marc Rauch To the editor of the Long Island Advance: NY-01 Representative Lee Zeldin has tried to portray himself as an environmentalist in a recent TV campaign ad, in press releases and in letters to constituents. However, a new … Continue reading

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Gershon vs. Zeldin on Gun Legislation

Printed as a Letter to the Editor in The Independent, Oct. 3, 2018 More Guns? Thank you for printing “Zeldin and Gershon Square Off,” so that voters know where each candidate stands on various topics. One important issue that was … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the United States Senate from Law Professors Around the Country

Open Letter to U.S. Senate https://www.scribd.com/document/389986161/Signed-Law-Prof-Kavanaugh-Letter-to-Senate-Oct-1-2018-5-00pm Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, to be a judge requires that an individual have “a personality that is evenhanded, unbiased, impartial, … Continue reading

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