Election Day is three weeks away, Tuesday Nov. 4. Mailers are already filling up recycle bins and you cant’s avoid the TV ads.
You may want to watch the recent League of Women Voters Candidates Debate from Oct. 8. And decide for yourself. Candidates included,
US Congress (District 16):
Eliot Engel* (Democrat, Working Families)
NY State Senate (37th District):
Joseph Dillon (Republican, Conservative, Independence); George Latimer* (Democrat, Working Family)
NY State Assembly (91st District):
Steve Otis* (Democrat, Independence, Working Families)
Town of Mamaroneck Council Member:
Thomas Murphy (Democrat)
Village of Mamaroneck Trustee (Elect 3):
David Finch (Democrat), Leon Potok* (Democrat), Ilissa Miller* (Democrat), Michael Ianniello (Republican, Conservative, Independence), Maggie-Leigh O’Neill (Republican, Conservative, Independence), Stefanie Lividini (Republican, Conservative).
Why doesn’t Senator George Latimer man-up and just say he’s prepared to vote for a bill that would legalize Late Term Abortion in NY? He dances all around the question and doesn’t answer it because yes point #10 of the WEA would legalize Late Term Abortion in NY. And its George Latimer and the Democratic Party in NY that are holding up the entire WEA legislation simply because they want to push through the abortion expansion, you know late term when the baby cries?
Maybe he’s not comfortable with this position? Or just has no defense to it?
And Dillon’s no extremist, he’s not looking to change the current law on abortion but Latimer’s position seems to be rather extreme.
Make a statement that Late Term Abortion isn’t okay and vote Joe D. in November.