Ballot Access News On October 27, a New York State Supreme Judge in Albany County ruled that the Reform Party’s organizational meeting of September 24, 2016, is valid. There are two factions in the Reform Party of New York. The faction that held the organizational meeting declined to choose any presidential elector candidates, and elected … Continue reading New York Reform Party Case Decided; Curtis Sliwa Faction Wins
Ballot Access News For the first time in history, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed a congressional candidate who is not a Democratic or Republican Party nominee. See this story. The Chamber has endorsed Martin Babinec, the Reform Party nominee in New York’s 22nd U.S. House district.
Ballot Access News A poll released at the end of September for U.S. House, New York 22nd district, has these results: Republican Claudia Tenney 35%; Democrat Kim Myers 30%; independent candidate Martin Babinec 24%; undecided 11%. Babinec won the Reform Party nomination in June with write-ins. He is the only New York Reform Party nominee … Continue reading Martin Babinec, Reform Party U.S. House Candidate in Upstate New York, at 24% in Poll