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MARTINS ADMITS TO BEING JUST ANOTHER PANDERING POLITICIAN
Glen Cove, NY - In an unguarded, but revealing moment, Republican candidate for congress, Jack Martins admitted that he's willing to say whatever he needs to win votes. In a conversation with Rita Ciolli, Editor of the Newsday... ›› read more
Our Views: Don’t reward Martins’ tactics
Posted: Thursday, August 25, 2016 10:37 am
If chutzpah and hypocrisy were an Olympic event, Jack Martins’ request to delay the general election for the 3rd Congressional District until Dec. 6 would be a safe bet to win gold.
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NY1 VIDEO: Candidate for Congress Tom Suozzi joined Josh Robin to discuss his run for the 3rd Congressional district seat, which includes parts of eastern Queens, as well as parts of Nassau County and Suffolk County on Long Island. He also shared his thoughts on Donald Trump and told us where he... ›› read more
Judge Rejects GOP Fraud Claims for Suozzi Ballot Petitions
August 24, 2016 By Rick Brand
State Supreme Court Justice James McCormack has dismissed Republican claims that Democratic congressional candidate Tom Suozzi’s “Fix Washington” ballot petitions were permeated with fraud.... ›› read more
Jack Martins, of Old Westbury, running for Senate in the 7th District, votes on Election Day at The Wheatley School in Old Westbury on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. (Credit: Steve Pfost)
State Sen. Jack Martins’ attempts to knock fellow Republican Philip Pidot off the primary ballot in the race... ›› read more
Jack Martins' Bid for Delay Shakes up House Race
By Noah Manskar | Posted: Sunday, August 21, 2016 2:07 pm
Republican Jack Martins’ request last week to push back the 3rd Congressional District election threw another twist into an already closely watched, high-profile race.
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Republican Jack Martins has some ground to make up if his party is to capture 3rd Congressional District, according to a Democratic poll released Thursday.
Democrat Tom Suozzi leads Martins, an Old Westbury state senator, 52 percent to 36 percent in a survey of 401 likely voters in the... ›› read more
With Donald Trump slumping in the polls, some Republicans are concerned he could jeopardize their majorities in both the Senate and the House — an issue that’s particularly relevant here in New York, which has a number of closely contested House races, including one in Queens. Our Bobby Cuza has... ›› read more