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Tuesday, August 31, 2010


For Immediate Release: 8/31/10
Contact: JPS 438 5230

Joe Sullivan, of Albany, an enrolled Conservative Party voter and
Independent write in candidate in the November 2 General Election
for Representative in Congress, 21st District of New York announced
his support of Ralph Lorigo, for Governor in the September 14, 2010
Conservative Party Primary, and Carl Paladino in the Republican
Party Primary for Governor.

The Conservative Party Primary for Governor is a struggle for the
heart and soul of the Conservative Party, said Sullivan.

Ralph Lorigo is a real Conservative and Conservative Party leader
in Western New York.

Sullivan challenges Republican candidate Ted Danz to tell voters
who Danz supports in both primaries.

Danz, and his GOP allies, knocked Sullivan off the Conservative
Party ballot line through legal challenges to Sullivan's designating

Sullivan had the support of the Albany County Conservative
Committee and Conservatives in the City of Troy.

State Conservative Party Chairman Mike Long, promoted Rick
Lazio and Danz, both enrolled Republicans, for Governor and

Nonetheless, Sullivan is continuing his Congressional campaign
as an Independent write in candidate for Representative in Congress
21st District in the November 2 General Election.

Sullivan notes that the new voting systems which will be used in
the November 2 Election, make write in voting a viable option for
voters who want alternatives to party nominated candidates.

Sullivan has Tea Party support in Schoharie and Albany counties.
and has been endorsed by Veterans For A Strong America.

Sullivan is a truly, independent, citizen candidate for Congress.

He is not asking any one for money. Sullivan believes his message
and positions on issues vital to the survival of America , and all
Americans, presented on his widely read blog, will eventually be
picked up by the media and embraced by voters of the 21st
Congressional District.


The 21st Congressional District includes all of 4 counties: Albany
Schenectady, Montgomery and Schoharie; the Cities of Johnstown
and Gloversville and Town of Johnstown in Fulton County; Waterford
in Saratoga County; the cities of Troy and Rensselaer, Towns of North
Greenbush, East Greenbush and Schodack in Rensselaer County.


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