New York 22nd Congressional District

Failures in 2018 mid-terms start early

What you should know about Dan Livingston, House Majority PAC, and Balanced Budget Amendment (H.J. Res 2)

Even before the 2018 mid-term elections have become a curiosity in the minds of the public, some politicians are already pushing 30 second soundbites that omit and manipulate facts. We look at New York, from the local (Binghamton City Council race) to the federal (NY-22 congressional race), for a few examples of the misleading of the public. Voters beware, some seek to mislead you.


In his own words: Candidate Anthony Brindisi threatens constituents for asking questions

“I can’t stress enough, this is not a scare thing, but it’s very clear if this thing [Utica Hospital] doesn’t move forward, this money is not going to sit out there forever… There’s no set timetable in the law that says if you don’t execute by this date then we pull the money back… there’s nothing set in stone on what that point is.” – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi



NY-22 potential candidate Nicholas Wan

Nicholas Wan, candidate for Congress, maybe if the money is right

The biggest problem for Mr. Wan is not his age nor complete inexperience in politics and governance. The 27 year old resident of the Southern Tier has a far more pressing problem, is he actually a candidate? The answer is conditional, and therefore most would look at his candidacy as a modern-era publicity stunt.








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