ForNY PAC donates to Altschuler

PRESS RELEASE 10/3/12
For Immediate Release Contact: Michael Knowles michael@redpillarllc.com 917.727.9253
ForNY PAC donates to Altschuler

Jumps into contentious battle for NY’s 1st Ccongressional District

TUXEDO, NY – Randy Altschuler, who’s running to unseat five term incumbent Tim Bishop in New York 1st Congressional District, is set to receive the endorsement and donation of the Federal Office Republicans of New York PAC today. The race, which Altschuler lost by a slim margin to Bishop in 2010, has gained national attention along with several other New York House races.

 

“Randy has the tenacity and determination that our state and country need to get back on the right track,” said David McFadden, ForNY PAC’s founder. “His personal and professional experiences have prepared him to make the difficult choices our nation needs to deal with unprecedented debt and to promote growth.”

 

“As a candidate with a career in the private sector, I’m honored to have the support of ForNY PAC,” noted Altschuler. “David McFadden and ForNY exemplify what public service is all about: advancing the cause of limited government and free society by supporting smart and responsible fiscal policies that promote growth.”

 

Founded by David McFadden-former Tuxedo Park mayor, U.S. congressional candidate, and small business owner-in 2010, ForNY PAC is a federal, non-connected political action committee. ForNY PAC supports New York State Republican House and Senate challengers and incumbents. Website: http://www.fornypac.com.

 

Contact:

Michael Knowles, michael@redpillarllc.com, 917.727.9253

Bazzo 10/04/12

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