A reader asked. Can you put together a list of 30 candidates for the House of Representatives for whom donations would make a difference? Some Senate candidates, too?
Check out the website: https://lenspoliticalnotes.com Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website. Opening School Political Note #308 Nancy Goroff NY CD 01 2020 General El;ection 35.5 – 30.6. In 2018, Businessman Perry Gershon won the Democratic Primary against Kate Browning 51.5 – 47.4 In 2018, Incumbent Republican Lee Zeldin defeated Perry Gershon in the General Election 36.1 – 34.8 in 2020 Professor Nancy Goroff https://www.goroffforcongress.com defeated Perry Gershon in the Democratic Primary Can Nancy Goroff do better in the 2020 General Election? Can she win…
As part of the work, the several delegates from our club met, via Zoom, with several of the candidates for what is now four vacant positions.
Diana Richardson was subject to a little tough love herself. In her teens, she dropped out of school. Her parents sent her away. Homeless, she found her way to Covenant House and found herself.
Dana Balter is, it turns out, an effective politician.
In 2018, Democrat Nate McMurray lost to the Republican incumbent Chris Collins by .3%, by 1,037 votes. That could give you hope.
Like many New Yorkers, Jackie Gordon is an immigrant. She was born in Jamaica. The West Indies not Queens. She was a single mom, has a son who still lives with her and a daughter who is a Captain in the US Air Force.
The impeachment of the President and related controversies are central to the standing of NY 21’s incumbent.
A black, ex-rapper with a Harvard law degree and a Rhodes Scholarship who won a Congressional seat in a white, upstate New York district.
A democratic process. Not bad at all.