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Congressman Steve Israel Endorses Joe Dujmic

State Assembly candidate Joe Dujmic received the endorsement of United States Congressman Steve Israel

Earlier today, State Assembly candidate for the 10th Assembly Distirct Joe Dujmic, recieved a major endorsement from United States Congressman Steve Israel.

Congressman Israel stated: "Joe Dujmic has been a strong voice for Long Island's middle class families, and would make an excellent representative for the residents of New York's 10th Assembly District."

Rep. Steve Israel is presently serving as Chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and was first sworn in as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives in 2001 to represent the 2nd Congressional District. Prior to that he served as a member of the Huntington Town Board from 1993-2001.

In a statement, Joe Dujmic stated: "I would like to thank our good friend Congressman Steve Israel for publicly supporting my candidacy and for being a strong voice for the citizens of Huntington in Washington D.C. I look forward to representing Congressman Israel in Albany next year."

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Meadow Lane August 19, 2012 at 12:56 PM
The Romney-Ryan Plan: 1. Tax poor & working people but not the rich; 2. Encourage wages in the U.S. to fall to third world levels; 3. Pass trade laws that make it easy for companies to send jobs overseas; 4. Pass laws that enable only insurance companies to control who gets health care (including seniors) and who doesn't; 5. Replace public education with out of pocket private schools and home schooling; 6. Refuse to invest in crumbling public infrastructure such as highways, bridges, and sewer systems; 7. Environmental Policy: Pass laws and weaken regulations that enable companies to pollute the environment; 8. Pass laws that enable gas and oil production and prices to be controlled by a few large companies; Make sure that there is no longer any research or work on alternative energy sources; Keep defense spending high to protect non domestic oil production; 9. Repress rights for women and minorities and repress voting participation; 10. Divide the American people on cultural issues (religion, sexual orientation, gun rights, etc); 11. Instill fear in the American public through manufactured crises and created "boogeymen". Then attack political opponents by claiming to be more "patriotic" and the better keeper of "American Values" than they. 12. Make it impossible for literally millions of ELIGIBLE voters to cast their ballots, which is flagrant vote tampering and corruption. Can YOU afford to vote for these guys? I can't. I'm a working mother.
Gaspee August 20, 2012 at 02:09 PM
I am happy to hear that you are currently employeed; another four years under the current administration you may not be so lucky. If by chance you are secured by employment through tenure or term limits, you very well may have to work that much harder for millions are depending on your hard earned income. Entitlements have engorged to all time highs and has placed another stone on our all ready burdened chests. Fiscal responsibility and budget reform is needed, not an administration who has thrown the hard working traditional values of our fore fathers and judeo christian ethics to the way side. "Ask what not your country can do for you but ask what you can do for your country." A quote that is as simple as it gets yet has a message of unity and endurance for the better of the United States of America as a whole.

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