10/27/09

ACORN-SEIU roils opposition in NY-23

Nov. 3 is Election Day. All eyes are on the political races that will reflect on the public's record-breaking rejection of Barack Obama and the Progressive agenda. But the crafty Team Obama has manipulated the GOP into attack mode against conservatism in at least one congressional district.

There are two Governor's races. In Virginia, Team Obama and union bigs' political shock troops are bailing out. A GOP win will halt the Left's Big Mo in this key right-to-work state. In New Jersey, it is possible that the corruption-addled, union-backed Gov. Jon Corzine (D-Goldman Sachs) will snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. A GOP take in this labor-state would be a miracle, even under the current extreme conditions.

Meanwhile, there two seats in Congress are up, in California and New York. NY-23 is dominated by the ACORN-SEIU scheme to break into a GOP district. DeDe Scozzafava, the GOP candidate, is the wife of a labor union official. (He called the cops on a reporter from The Weekly Standard who asked DeDe about her support for Card-Check.) DeDe is endorsed by the Working Families Party, an ACORN-SEIU unit that has made great strides in the #1 labor-state in the country. She also has the backing of the GOP establishment including Newt Gingrich and the NRCC. This has resulted in a challenge from Conservative Party newcomer Doug Hoffman, a certified public accountant. A token Democrat is also running.

Here is yesterday's story with the latest polling:
A poll released today by the Club for Growth shows Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman surging into the lead in the special election in New York's 23rd congressional district to replace John McHugh, the former congressman who recently became Secretary of the Army. The poll of 300 likely voters, conducted October 24-25, 2009, shows Conservative Doug Hoffman at 31.3%, Democrat Bill Owens at 27.0%, Republican Dede Scozzafava at 19.7%, and 22% undecided. The poll's margin of error is +/- 5.66%. No information was provided about any of the candidates prior to the ballot question.
DeDe accepting the Margaret Sanger Award.




Glenn Beck spoke with Doug Hoffman (Conservative Party) last night.




Here is the new anti-conservative GOP-WFP attack ad against Hoffman.




Here is Fred Thompson's new ad for Doug Hoffman.

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