Faso writes in

Fritz Mayer’s report [February 6, 2019] on the Sullivan County meeting held by Rep. Delgado contains the assertion that “…constituents could ask whatever questions they wanted, in stark contrast to former Congressman John Faso, who held limited meetings with constituents, and required that questions be cleared in advance.”

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Faso swept out in blue wave

There has been some discussion about whether the election on November 6 was actually a “blue wave,” but when one party takes 33 seats away from the other party in the House of Representatives—which was the total at printing deadline—that’s a wave.

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Democratic Candidate Antonio Delgado, left, and Republican incumbent John Faso chat with moderator Barry Lewis before a debate at SUNY Sullivan October 29.   

Delgado pulls slightly ahead of Faso

NY 19TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT — As a swing district, the New York 19TH Congressional is one of the most closely watched in the country and a new poll from Monmouth University has Democrat Antonio Delgado pulling ahead of Republican John Faso.

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Antonio Delgado, John Faso 

Delgado, Faso neck & neck

New York 19th Congressional District, NY — A poll from Sienna Research published on October 22 has Republican incumbent congressman John Faso out ahead of Democratic challenger Antonio Delgado by 44% to 43%, in a race that many analysts say is too close to call.  Faso is leaning hard on the fact that he has been rated as the 18th most bipartisan

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What is really offensive?

Antonio Delgado is now the Democratic candidate seeking to represent the New York 19th Congressional District in Washington, DC. His resumé is varied and impressive: he has been a Rhodes Scholar, he graduated Harvard Law School, and he was a lawyer at one of the largest lobbying firms in the country.


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