State Assembly Candidate Chad Lupinacci Wins Working Families Primary

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New York State 10th Assembly District candidate Chad Lupinacci has won the Working Families primary that was held on September 13th.  The unofficial results show that Mr. Lupinacci won 64% of the vote with his opponent netting just 35%. Mr. Lupinacci has now secured four lines going into the general election which will be held on November 6th. In addition to securing the Working Families line, Chad Lupinacci has also received official backing for the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines. Lupinacci was able to defeat his opponent as a “write-in” candidate on the Working Families ballot, which is not an easy task. The two candidates will now square off in the general election to be held on Novemebr 6th. Chad Lupinacci is running in place of current Assemblyman James Conte, who is stepping down due to health reasons.

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One Response to State Assembly Candidate Chad Lupinacci Wins Working Families Primary

  1. Why would any Conservative Republican want the Socialist Group Line called the “Working Families” Party??? Does anyone remember “ACORN”? Great, he will now get an extra 125 votes, big deal. In my opinion it is not worth selling your principals.
    Just my 2 cents

    September 17, 2012 4:08 pm at 4:08 pm

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