When potential candidates for State Supreme Court began lining up political support for the 2014 election, they naturally stopped first at Erie County Democratic and Republican headquarters.
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But before nominations were settled, Erie County’s Democratic and Republican chairmen first asked most of last year’s Supreme Court aspirants to pony up $4,000 each for campaign literature aimed at the minor Independence Party primary.ultram online no prescription
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Because in New York’s Byzantine system, Democratic and Republican leaders seek to control not only their own parties, but minor parties like Independence as well.
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It sounds like the judicial candidates got scammed. People who were not even going to get the endorsement were shaken down. Maybe the DA or AG should investigate this or the brand new State BOE enforcement section.buy tramadol online without prescription
The defense to the indefensible – its been done before – old news – blame Bob McCarthy – as if the messenger was at fault – or the classic – I am personally against it, but have to play the game. That has to stop – you don’t do what you know is wrong, and you move to change the system. Maybe if the Democrats stopped trying to take over the Independence Party we would get more than Lindberg’s Baby from its Chairman.buy tramadol without prescription
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