The last poll I saw showed James leading the pack with nearly half undecided, but Teachout has received the endorsements of both the New York Times and Daily News so it’s reasonable to assume James is worried about her tenuous lead.
- Cuomo completely flopped in the Democratic debate
- Two mothers who lost sons to gun violence rip Teachout’s stance on SAFE Act
- New York Dem Flip Flops on Support for National Gun Registry After Primary Win
- Poll: Tenney, Brindisi locked in dead heat in race for Congress
- Who Does the ACLU Fight For?
- Residents And Politicians Up In Arms About NRA Gun Auction Fundraiser
- Debating impact of arming teachers to improve safety
He ran back in ’12 on a gun control platform and was supported by New Yorkers Against Gun Violence. He’s back for another round with this ad:
I don’t think it is very effective. The music is annoying and he’s all over the issue instead of focusing on one thing. Plus he did this before and it got him nothing.
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- Gun control emerges as pivotal issue in fall races
- Pressed on SAFE Act, Teachout Downplays Past Opposition
- NRA Calls State’s Argument in Motion to Dismiss Lawsuit a ‘Red Herring’
- 3D-printed guns: Judge blocks release of blueprints for firearms
- 3D gun blueprint injunction applauded by New York AG Underwood
- Gillibrand blames do-nothing Congress for mass shootings, other woes
- Suffolk superintendents unveil school safety blueprint
- New York’s Education Commissioner Calls Proposal To Fund Guns In Schools ‘Atrocious’
- Poor timing of NRA event in NHP
I attended a private “Pizza & Ice Cream Party” yesterday in Kinderhook with several incumbents and candidates for state and local offices.
I cannot stress how important it is for gun owners to go to events like this. They go on all over the state and with increasing frequency as the November elections approach. Check your county and local political party websites and those of the candidates themselves for a calendar of events.
- Digging deep with Miner
- Colonie Town Board member challenges incumbent assemblyman
- Smullen has pistol permit suspended, turns in pistols, blames opponent
- ACLU Supports NRA’s Free-Speech Argument in Suit Against Cuomo Administration
- New York State Can’t Be Allowed to Stifle the NRA’s Political Speech
- Trump admin disputes NYT report on Education Department plan to arm teachers
- Cuomo, Murphy Come Out Strongly Against Arming Teachers
- Former NYPD Cop From LI Pleads Guilty In Gun License Scheme