Mr. Arcuri - What Have You Done For O...

Mr. Arcuri - What Have You Done For Our Contributions?

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Saint Paul, MN

#1 Aug 7, 2008
Mansur Rafizadeh, 12044 Route 12, Boonville, owner Nirvana Spring Water, contributed $11,600 to the campaign. Mohammed Rafizadeh, 1 Nirvana Plaza, Forestport, vice president of Nirvana Springs, gave $1,000; and Mozafar Rafizadeh, 12044 Route 12, Boonville, CEO of Nirvana, donated $800. Total contribution was $13,400.
The following is a list of other donors, addresses, occupations and amount of contribution:
Fred Alsante, Utica, retired,$500; Rocco F. Arcuri Sr., Utica, Adirondack Bank vice-president,$1,200; Kathie Y. Arnold, Truxton, self-employed organic dairy farmer,$2,000; James A. Attwood Jr., Bedford Hills, The Carlyle Group Private Equity,$2,000; Frank Basile, New Hartford, F.J. Basile CPAs P.C.,$225; Max W. Berger, New York, attorney, Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman,$500; Salvatore Borruso Jr., Utica, owner Dominique’s Chesterfield Restaurant,$600; Barbara Falatico Brodock, Utica, owner Brodock Press,$1,000; Michael R. Brower, Syracuse, senior federal policy director for MOSAIC,$2,000; Edward T. Bucciero, New Hartford, owner Bucciero Insurance & Real Estate Service,$500; Mary Frances Carville, Utica, N/A,$500; Laura Casamento, Frankfort, vice president for Institutional Advancement Utica College,$500;
Dominic A. Commesso, 9575 Maynard Drive, Marcy, court reporter Oneida County District Attorney,$500; Rudy D’Amico, 6321 Hidden Meadow Drive, Marcy, owner Express Systems Integration,$500; Vincent M. DeBella, Utica, attorney Paravati Karl Green & DeBella,$500; Robert L. DeCarlo, DPM, Herkimer, physician,$1,000; Ellis James DeLia, New Hartford, attorney S. DeLia Corp.,$500; Michael P. DeSantis, Utica, attorney DeSantis & DeSantis,$1,000; Frank DiBrango, Utica, firefighter Utica Fire Department,$500; Martin Dietrich, Norwich, president and CEO NBT Bank,$2,000; Thomas J. Downey, Washington, D.C., chairman Downey McGrath Group, Inc.,$2,000; Doug Edwards, Los Altos, Calif., N/A,$4,600; Keith A. Eisenhut, Utica, attorney, self-employed,$1,000; J. Richard Emmert, New Hartford, retired,$500; Vincent Falvo, Utica, retired,$500; Patrick D. Foley, Arlington, Va., public affairs, Bolton-St. John’s, Inc.,$1,500;
Friends of Chuck Gibbs, 4 White St., Whitesboro,$500; Nelson T. Garcia Jr., Alexandria, Va., director of government relations, ITSA,$1,000; Thomas Giglio, Utica, auditor NBT Bank,$500; Joseph Gigliotti, Utica, marketing, Lancaster Development, Inc.,$7,500; Larry Gilroy, New Hartford, insurance, Gilroy Kernan & Gilroy, Inc.,$2,000; Frank J. Giruzzi, Utica, attorney Giruzzi Law Offices,$1,000; Gerard E. Harper, New York, attorney Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garriso,$2,000; James Helmer, 4 Edgewood Drive, Whitesboro, investigator Oneida County District Attorney,$500; John B. Henry, New York, writer, self-employed,$4,600;
Robert H. Hillick, 202 Lorres Lane, Whitesboro, chief financial officer Adirondack Bank,$600; Fred Hochberg, New York, dean New School University,$2,000; James Humphreys, Charleston, W.Va., attorney, self-employed,$1,000; Lucretia Hunt, Utica, administrator, BOCES,$500; Todd S. Hutton, New Hartford, president Utica College,$600; Joe Jiampietro, Utica, president Utica Alloys, Inc.,$3,200; Richard L. Jorgensen, DDS, Norwich, dentist, self-employed,$1,000; Gary Kavney, New Hartford, president Adirondack Bank,$600; Maimun Khan, New Hartford, counselor Mohawk Valley Community College,$500; Steve J. Klosek, 6168 Walker Road, Deerfield, owner Varick Restaurant, Inc.,$1,000; Victor A. Kovner, New York, attorney Davis Wright Termaine,$1,000; Daniel LaBella, Utica, investments L.B. Securities,$1,000; Nicholas LaBella, New Hartford, owner L.B. Security and Investigations, Inc.,$500;
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Saint Paul, MN

#2 Aug 7, 2008
Stephen M. Laporte, Sauquoit, owner Trevisani & Laporte Auto,$3,200; Vincent Lentz, New Lisbon, professor SUNY Oneonta,$2,000; Laurie Lisi, Utica, prosecutor Oneida County District Attorney,$500; Shafer Lewis, Utica, probation officer Oneida County,$1,000; Helen P. LoGuidice, Utica, real estate agent Reichert-Campion-Weeks,$500; Josephine A. Longo, Utica, real estate broker, self-employed,$500; Stephanie Low, New York, arts manager, self-employed,$1,000; Patricia Lynch Ludman, Chappaqua, president Patricia Lynch Associates,$4,000; Wendy MacKenzie, New York, public affairs consultant, self-employed,$3,300; Robert F. Mandia, Utica, vice-president and COO East Coast Olive Oil, Corp.,$2,000; Mario Mannella, New Hartford, owner Dodge-Graphic Press,$1,000; Ricardo J. Mauro, Utica, attorney, self-employed,$500;
David Mazloom, Utica, manager Trenton Technology, Inc.,$2,000; Orrin B. McMurray, 5311 Dixon Road, Camden, engineer, self-employed,$1,000; Lee S. Michaels, Auburn, attorney Michaels & Smolak P.C.,$2,000; Jeffery T. More, Washington, D.C., principal Accord Group,$7,000; William C. Morehouse, Utica, president Morcy-Morehouse, Inc.,$500; Samuel Morgante, Potomac, Md., vice-president Genworth Financial,$1,000; Joseph J. Murine Jr., Utica, marketing manager Power Line Constructors, Inc.,$500; Murray L. Nusbaum, Utica, medical director Ferre Institute,$500; Allen E. Ott, Larkspur, Colo., research engineer Distributed Infinity,$2,000; Seth Paprin, New York, attorney, self-employed,$2,000; Yale Paprin, Pleasantville, president Yale Realty Services, Corp.,$4,000; Dominic Pavia, New Hartford, real estate agent Pyramid Brokerage,$3,500; Angela Pedone, Utica, commission of elections Oneida County,$500; Raymond J. Penge, Utica, finance/customer service National Grid,$500; Patrick B. Peterson, Springfield, Va., consultant Strategic Marketing Innovation,$2,000;
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Saint Paul, MN

#3 Aug 7, 2008
Karl Pillemer, Ithaca, professor Cornell University,$2,000; David Portman, Utica, retired,$1,000; Andrew Quinn, Washington, D.C., partner McAllister and Quinn,$486; Peter J. Rabinowitz Jr., 18 Fountain St., Clinton, professor Hamilton College,$1,500; Earle Reed, Utica, president The Utica Companies,$1,000; Timothy R. Reed Sr., Utica, executive ECR International,$500; Margaret Reilly, Utica, tax accountant H&R Block,$1,000; Elizabeth Ring, 3926 Griffin Road, Clinton, retired,$500; Lawrence J. Romans, Alexandria, Va., public affairs Lawrence Romans & Associates,$800; Charles Sadallah, Utica, owner Daylight Donuts,$500; Christopher J. Salatino, Utica, claim solutions partner/licensed public adjuster,$1,000; Naeem Samad, New Hartford, physician Slocum-Dickson,$1,000; Julian Schroeder, New York,$4,600; Ruth Schroeder, New York, staff developer NYC Board of Education,$4,600; Melissa Schulman, Washington, D.C., public affairs Bockorny Petrizzo,$1,000; Bernard L. Schwartz, New York, chairman Loral Corporation,$4,600; Lynn Shepherd, Ilion, assembler Orion Bus Industries,$500; Roger Sinnott, Utica, chairman Bank of Utica,$500; Shanti L. Stanton, Washington, D.C., partner Elmendorf Strategies, LLC,$500;
Fred Talarico, MD, Utica, physician, self-employed,$500; Laura Tehan, Utica, homemaker,$500; William R. Thickstun, 76 Utica St., Clinton, database consultant, self employed,$500; David J. Trevisani, New Hartford, consultant Utica Economic Development Authority,$500; Florio Vitullo, New Hartford, retired,$500; Connie Wood, Ilion, confidential secretary Oneida County District Attorney,$250; John Zawadzki, Utica, president and CEO Partners Trust Bank,$500; Robert Zimmerman, Great Neck, public relations Zimmerman Edelson, Inc.,$2,000; Stephen R. Zogby, New Hartford, insurance agent Scalzo Zogby & Wittig, Inc.,$500; Murad and Murad, Utica, attorneys,$250.
The following are earmarked for the Democratic
Congressional Campaign Committee:
Stanley Bergman, Northport, chairman and CEO Henry Schein,$1,000; Darcy Bradbury, New York, finance Blackstone,$2,000; Fred Colin, Manhasser, owner Colin Development LLC,$500; Bowman Cutter, New York, Venture Capital Warburg Pincus,$800; Arthur Fullerton, West Hollywood, Calif., director of development Covenant House California,$500; Edward Gersh, Huntington, president West Hills Day Camp,$3,000; Jane Hartley, New York, CEO G7 Group,$500; Anne Hess, New York, consultant, self-employed,$2,000; Jill Iscol, Pound Ridge, executive director, self-employed,$2,000; Richard Kleinknecht, New York, owner Kleinknecht Electric Co.,$500; Sarah Kovner, New York, consultant, self-employed,$1,000; Marsha Zlatin Laufer, Setauket, political volunteer,$4,600; Nadine North, San Carlos, Calif., business consultant, self-employed,$2,000; John Puccio, Islandia, Brooklyn Hospital,$1,000; Rosina L. Rubin, New City, CFO Attitude New York,$600; Robert Schachter, New York, partner Zwerling Schachter & Zwerling,$1,000;
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Saint Paul, MN

#4 Aug 7, 2008
Martin Scheinman, Sands Point, attorney, self-employed,$1,000; Carol Schrager, New York, attorney, self-employed,$500; Claire Silberman Leaf, Brooklyn, homemaker,$625; Daniel A. Simon, New York, not presently employed,$2,000; Kevin Toner, New York, attorney Aristeia Capital,$2,000; Hope Winthrop, New York, mediator, self-employed,$500; Joanne Witty, Brooklyn, civic volunteer,$500; Diane Wohl, Mill Neck, homemaker,$1,500; Howard Wohl, Mill Neck, investment advisor Ivy Asset Management,$1,500; Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Washington, D.C.,$29,877.41.
AFL-CIO Cope Political Contributions Committee, Washington, D.C.,$8,000; Legislative and Educational Committee, Methuen, Mass.,$1,000; Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Political Action Committee, Frederick, Md.,$4,000; Altria Group, Inc. Political Action Committee, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; Amalgamated Transit Union COPE, Washington, D.C.,$3,000; American Bankers Association PAC (BANKPAC), Washington, D.C.,$3,000; American Council of Engineering Companies, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; American Crystal Sugar Company Political Action Co., Moorhead, Minn.,$5,000; American Optometric Association Political Action Co., Alexandria, Va.,$2,000; American Postal Workers Union COPA, Washington, D.C.,$5,000; American Road & Transportation Builders Association, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; AMERIPAC: The Fund for a Greater America, Washington, D.C.,$15,000; ARCHIPAC — The American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; Associated General Contractors of America Political Co., Arlington, Va.,$1,000; AT&T, Inc. Federal Political Action Committee, San Antonio, Texas,$3,000; Barney Frank for Congress Committee, Newtonville, Mass.,$4,000; Boyd For Congress, Tallahassee, Fla.,$4,000; Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers PAC, Washington, D.C.,$4,000; Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, Cleveland, Ohio,$8,000; BUILD Political Action Committee, Washington,$2,000; Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corporation RAILPAC, Fort Worth, Texas,$4,000; Calumet PAC, Merrillville, Ind.,$2,000; Committee on Letter Carriers Political Education, Washington, D.C.,$7,500; Committee to Re-Elect Howard Berman, Los Angeles, Calif.,$4,000; Corning Incorporated Employees Political Action Co., Washington, D.C.,$2,000; Daimler-Chrysler Corporation Political Support Committee, Auburn Hills, Mich.,$2,000; Democratic Freshman PAC, Washington, D.C.,$4,000; Democrats Win Seats, Weston, Fla.,$3,000; DMJM & Harris PAC, New York,$2,000; Eastman Kodak Company Employee Political Action Committee, Rochester,$2,000; Engineers Political Education Committee EPEC/INT, Washington, D.C.,$10,000; Excelsior Committee, New York,$2,000; Friends of Jane Harman, Torrance, Calif.,$4,000; Friends of Jim Clyburn, Columbia, S.C.,$4,000; Friends of Rahm Emanuel, Chicago, Ill.,$4,000; Higgins for Congress, Buffalo,$12,000; Hogan & Hartson Political Action Committee, Washington, D.C.,$2,000;
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Saint Paul, MN

#5 Aug 7, 2008
Home Depot, Inc. Political Action Committee, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; Hoyer for Congress, Clinton, Md.,$12,000; HSBC North Americal Political Action Committee, Prospect Heights, Ill.,$2,000; Human Rights Campaign PAC, Washington, D.C.,$10,000; International Association of Bridge Structural Ornamental, Washington, D.C.,$4,000; International Association of Firefighters’ Interests, Washington, D.C.,$14,000; International Union of Painters And Allied Trades, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; ITT Industries PAC (ITTPAC), White Plains,$2,000; Joint Action Committee Political Affairs, Highland Park, Ill.,$300.38; KIDSPAC, Inc., Belmont, Mass.,$4,000; Laborer’s Political League, Washington, D.C.,$7,500; Leadership 21, McLean, Va.,$3,000; League of Conservation Voters Action Fund, Washington, D.C.,$750; Machinists Non-Partisan Political League PAC, Upper Marlboro, Md.,$10,000; Metlife, Inc. Employees’ Political Participation FU, Long Island City,$3,000; Moderate Victory Fund, Gaithersburg, Md.,$2,000; Mortgage Bankers Association of America Political Committee, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; Nancy Pelosi for Congress, San Francisco, Calif.,$12,000; National Air Traffic Controllers, Washington, D.C.,$13,000;
National Community Pharmacists Association PAC, Alexandria, Va.,$2,000; National Leadership PAC, New York,$7,500; National Multi-Housing Council Political Action Co., Washington, D.C.,$2,000; National Stone Sand & Gravel Association ROCKPAC, Alexandria, Va.,$2,000; NBT Bank NA (FKA National Bank and Trust), Norwich,$3,200; NEA Fund for Children and Public Education, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; OB-GYNS For Women’s Health PAC, Washington, D.C.,$1,500; Our Common Values PAC, Chicago, Ill.,$10,000; Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, Inc., Political Committee, Washington, D.C.,$8,000; PAR Technology Corporation PAC, New Hartford,$1,000; PMI Mortgage Insurance Co. Federal PAC, Walnut Creek, Calif.,$2,000; Sabre, Inc. Political Action Committee, Washington, D.C.,$4,000; Sallie Mae, Inc. Political Action Committee, Reston, Va.,$5,000; SEIU, Washington, D.C.,$10,000; Solidarity PAC, Washington, D.C.,$10,000; SONY Pictures Entertainment, Inc. PAC, Culver City, Calif.,$2,000; Synergy Political Action Committee, McLean, Va.,$4,000; Transportation Trades Department AFL-CIO Political Committee, Washington, D.C.,$1,500; Treasury Employees PAC, Washington, D.C.,$2,000; U.A. Political Education Committee, Washington, D.C.,$10,000; United Auto Workers, Detroit, Mich.,$2,000; United Mine Workers of America, Fairfax, Va.,$2,000; United Transportation Union PAC, Lakewood, Ohio,$10,000; US-Cuba Democracy Political Action Committee, Hialeah, Fla.,$3,000; Victory in November Election PAC, Washington, D.C.,$6,000; Victory Now PAC, Kensington, Md.,$6,000;
Wow

Syracuse, NY

#6 Aug 7, 2008
I suppose they all want a refund now?
Neo

Henderson, NV

#7 Aug 8, 2008
bang bang
RoachMan

Henderson, NV

#8 Aug 8, 2008
What have you accomplished you cock-a-roach!
mookie

AOL

#9 Aug 8, 2008
wow..look at all the pacs that have contributed to Arcuri. There is NO way he can call himslf n independant !!!!!!!!! When you take you owe, simple as that and he owes lots of favors.
Disgusted

Syracuse, NY

#10 Aug 8, 2008
I want my money back now- refund!!!
wcw

AOL

#11 Aug 8, 2008
Hey, you want to know what he has done--please do you realize how hard it is to do what he has done, and with a straight face. Now thats acting
foneguy

United States

#12 Aug 8, 2008
wcw wrote:
Hey, you want to know what he has done--please do you realize how hard it is to do what he has done, and with a straight face. Now thats acting
And I quote Austin Powers "Ouch baby, very ouch"

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