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Conservative Party on Candidates to Replace Jim Alesi

Local conservatives were critical of Senator Alesi; first for the lawsuit he filed against a Perinton couple after he broke his leg when allegedly trespassing on their property, then for his vote in favor of gay marriage. 266 more words

Naples Tea Party Patriots

Alesi won't seek re-election

Since Senator Jim Alesi sparked controversy when he became the first Republican to publicly support same-sex marriage last year, those troubles were magnified by an ill-timed lawsuit Alesi brought against two of his own constituents. 258 more words

Naples Tea Party Patriots

Reilich Says Alesi’s Fate To Be Determined By Local GOP Leaders

Monroe County Republican Chairman Bill Reilich said the decision as to whether Sen. Jim Alesi will ultimately receive the GOP line come November is up to the local officials in the district. 383 more words

Naples Tea Party Patriots

BE The Change

Today I was reading my local news website- to find out more information about the case of Adam Parcells- the guy who kidnapped, then murdered his two daughers, Mia, and Noel, then took his own life.   629 more words

Which State Lawmakers Spent The Most On Per Diems, Travel?

State lawmakers spent nearly $2.9 million for travel and expenses during this year’s legislative session, a review by Gannett’s Albany Bureau found.

The Democrat and Chronicle put together this database from records obtained by the state Comptroller’s Office that shows how much each lawmakers received in per diems and travel reimbursements from January through July. 82 more words

Naples Tea Party Patriots

Bloomberg Gave Money to Alesi, Key Republican in Marriage Vote

There’s a reason why Jim Alesi’s campaign didn’t record getting any money from Mayor Bloomberg: it came in after the deadline, according to a spokesman for the mayor. 92 more words

Michael Bloomberg

Same-Sex Marriage Republican Has a Lot of Campaign Money

Mayor Michael Bloomberg donated $10,300 to Mark Grisanti, a freshman Republican State Senator whose re-election was thrown into even greater uncertainty after he voted to legalize same-sex marriage.  276 more words

Michael Bloomberg