Michael Vass interviews Art Garrison – NY State Assembly candidate – 9/11 mosque, Native American Indians, cigarette tax

Michael Vass interviewed Art Garrison, who is running for the 126th seat on the New York State Assembly – currently held by Donna Lupardo (Democrat). The interview took place at the business of Mr. Garrison, Family Hobby and Crafts in Vestal, New York.

The interview delves into the background of Mr. Garrison, his motivation to run for elected office, plans to deal with the State deficit, term limits, reaction to the Health Care Reform, comments on the 9/11 mosque and proposals by Gov. Paterson dealing with the cigarette tax and Native American Indians, among other issues.

Several of the questions covered in this interview are in response to the Open Letter to candidates and incumbents for New York elected office posed by Michael Vass previously.

Note – M V Consulting, Inc. does not advocate any candidate or incumbent for any elected office at the local, State, or Federal level. We have not recieved any payment for any interview with a political candidate or incumbent. The interviews, present, past, and future, are intended to allow voters the chance to learn about the candidates and the issues such that an informed decision can be made in the election booth.

The following is the third part of a multi-part interview:

About the Author

Michael Vass
Born in 1968, a political commentator for over a decade. Has traveled the U.S. and lived in Moscow and Tsblisi, A former stockbroker and 2014 Congressional candidate. Passionate about politics with emphasis on 1st and 2nd Amendments.

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