View Full Version : David Gay made the ballot in NY Dist. 25

08-28-2008, 09:08 AM
Good news our RP endorsed David Gay is on the ballot on the libertarian ticket. There was just no way to push our way through the neocon controlled GOP.


News from Libertarian Party of New York. For more information contact: Eric Sundwall, Ph: (518) 857-1731 Email:eric_sundwall@hotmail.com

ALBANY, NY (08/26/2008; 0000) (readMedia)-- As Democrats gather in Denver to anoint their choice for President this week, Libertarians have already decided. After their own taxpayer-neutral national convention in Denver this past Memorial Day weekend,Libertarians throughout the country selected former Congressman Bob Barr from Georgia and businessman Wayne Root, a former New Yorker now in Las Vegas, as their nominees for President and Vice-President. State Chairman Eric Sundwall says that Barr and Root will be on the ballot in New York: “While Democrats and Republicans enjoy their coronations in the next few weeks, Libertarians are happy to know their candidates are on the ballot after weeks of grueling work, in the hottest days of the year, securing our place on the ballot. ”

In addition to Barr and Root, Libertarians will field three Congressional candidates and one New York Assembly candidate. Both Steven Vasquez ( www.stevenforcongress.com (http://www.stevenforcongress.com) ) and David Gay ( www.davidgay2008.com (http://www.davidgay2008.com) ) are Ron Paul endorsed candidates for New York’s 21 st and 25 th Congressional Districts (Albany and Syracuse respectively). Isaiah Matos ( www.operation-liberty.com (http://www.operation-liberty.com) )is seeking the U.S. House seat in District 14 on Manhattan’s East Side and Bill Buran ( www.billburan.com (http://www.billburan.com) )will be running as a Libertarian in NY’s 72 nd Assembly District in northern Manhattan. Sundwall continues: “ The Libertarian Party of New York is proud tohave these freedom supporting candidates on the ballot. Without their hours of dedication, personal contributions and sacrifices, New Yorkers would be stuck with the same stale choices that have choked New York and our country far too long . We look forward to seeing these positive campaigns do well in November.

08-28-2008, 02:24 PM
Vasquez isn't on as a libertarian, right?

The One
08-28-2008, 02:53 PM
That's gay.

08-28-2008, 03:02 PM
That's who I thought was our Libertarian in New York. It just listed Vasquez though, so I wasn't sure if Vasquez dropped out of the Republican race of if he is endorsed by Libertarians.

Go Gay!

08-28-2008, 08:12 PM
Good news our RP endorsed David Gay is on the ballot on the libertarian ticket. There was just no way to push our way through the neocon controlled GOP.

Well, I am glad..I even donated to the guy a couple times. I think he would be great if you can get him elected.

Nathan Hale
08-28-2008, 09:05 PM
He's not going to get elected on the libertarian ticket. I'd rather everybody donate to Vasquez or Lawson or a more viable candidate.

08-29-2008, 04:20 PM
In NY, you can run on multiple parties at the same time. I am still Republican with a primary next week on September 9th. My Libertarian ballot was challenged, so I am only Republican.