RELEASE: ForNY PAC endorses Carvin in NY-17

For Immediate Release
Michael Knowles



Conservative political committee supports Carvin to unseat Lowey

TUXEDO, NY (Tuesday, September 4, 2012) – Joe Carvin, who’s running to unseat Democrat Nita Lowey in New York’s 17th (formerly 18th ) Congressional District, received the endorsement of the conservative political action committee, Federal Office Republicans of New York (ForNY PAC) today.

“Joe represents the values and tenacity in support of which our committee was founded. He is a fiscal conservative with a laser focus on the issues affecting our community,” said David McFadden, ForNY PAC’s founder. “Joe has the courage and vision to responsibly confront our nation’s jobs crisis, historic deficits, and unsustainable entitlement accounting. He will make an excellent member of Congress.”

“As a candidate seeking to put our country back on the path to prosperity, it’s an honor to be recognized and supported by ForNY PAC,” responded Carvin. “David McFadden is a terrific public servant, with experience in business and government that gives him a uniquely balanced perspective on the problems we face. I deeply admire his efforts in advancing the cause of responsible, limit government concerned with policies that promote growth.”

Carvin, who now serves as Supervisor of the Town of Rye, has cut spending in the town by 25% and lowered taxes each year he’s served, all while refusing to accept a salary. He will take on Nita Lowey this November 6th.

ForNY PAC formed in 2010 is a Federal Non Connected Political Action Committee started by David McFadden, former Tuxedo Park, NY, Mayor, U.S. Congressional candidate, and small business owner. ForNY PAC supports New York State Republican House and Senate challengers and incumbents.



TWITTER OPTIONS: @ForNYPAC @Carvin4congress @NitaLowey @NRCC @GOP @NewYorkGOP #CD17 #TCOT

Bazzo ,09/17/12


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