Siena College poll: NY voters angry over Senate coup
A new poll says 77 percent of New York voters are angry that the state Senate didn't pass any legislation during a power struggle that paralyzed the chamber for more than a month.
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Since: Jun 09
#1 Jul 20, 2009
Let this be a call to arms, and lest we forget what happened in the month of June. Its time for ALL of them to go. Not this "it only your Senator that's bad, not mine". No my friends they ALL have to go. This means voting for anyone but the incumbent. Cross party lines, vote for a 3rd party candidate, but do not allow the self satisfaction of an incumbent returning to office. It's time for NY'ers to take back this state and stop the tax and spend policies of Governor Patterson and the Senate.
#2 Jul 20, 2009
Just worry, that by voting for a third party, it may not siphon off enough voters from BOTH parties to get someone elected and will benefit the incumbent.
There are some dirty dogs in both parties. Just tired of the taxing.
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