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New Atlas Poll Asks What Top Priority Should Be For Brooklyn GOP in 2010

December 15, 2009

Our most recent poll on Atlas is now closed, and we have introduced a new poll for you all to vote on!

The new Atlas Poll asks: What should be the top priority for the Brooklyn GOP in 2010?

Your choices are:

1. State level races, such as for the State Assembly.

2. Taking back the 13th Congressional District.

3. Outreach, Fundraising, and Technological Advancement.

4. Getting in touch with its lost base and reunifying the party.

Obviously, these choices are not the only options available, but we would like to see, of this list, which you consider to be the most important.

We look forward to reporting your votes in the coming weeks!

Also, we will release the final results of the poll on the Brooklyn GOP website later this week!

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4 Comments
  1. Grimm State of Affairs permalink
    December 15, 2009 5:04 pm

    I’d say the 13th CD, but I don’t know who’s even going to be the candidate…

  2. Peter Clemenza permalink
    December 15, 2009 7:44 pm

    It is sad but the Brooklyn GOP is in a stalemate – a deadlock.
    There is highly unlikely that much positive action and growth can happen so long as Craig Eaton Esq. at the helm – mismanaging the borough Party.

    There are way to many Brooklyn GOPer who loathe this individual. He has been a source of division and mistrust.

    # 1 is “Getting in touch with its lost base and reunifying the party.” (this will not happen with Craig Eaton as Chair.

    “Taking back the 13th Congressional District.” (not likely to happen in 2010 unless Michael McMahon behaves like Vito Fossella circa 2008.
    Michael McMahon has been a reasonable, responsible centrist, moderate congressman – not a liberal and not a Leftist legislator.

    “Outreach, Fundraising, and Technological Advancement.” – There will be NO technological advances under the miserable, disgusting tutelage of Crag A. Eaton Esq.

    Outreach? Mr. Eaton will reach out to his pals, like Rockland County resident and Bronx GOP Chairman Jay Savino, Marty Golden, Golden’s senatorial office employee and Brooklyn Conservative Party Chairman Jerry Kassar, Gerry O’Brien, Jay Golub and other “flotsam and jetsam” and assorted pusillanimous nudniks that Craig Eaton may have brainwashed.

    State level races, such as for the State Assembly? Craig Eaton will keep supporting perpetual Brooklyn candidate Bob Capano. Bob Capano may yet become the perennial “Harold Stassen” of Kings County!

    In pure Brooklynese, I say “fuhgeddaboudit!”

    Craig, do the Party a favor and resign effective December 31, 2009! Let the Brooklyn GOP start 2010 fresh and with new direction and effective, vigorous leadership! Capescia?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Stassen

    http://www.gerryobrien.com/

    “Brooklyn Conservative Party Chairman Jerry Kassar, who recently met with McMahon, said he would give serious consideration to endorsing the councilman, calling him a ‘moderate to conservative Democrat.’

    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0608/10801.html

    • Reality Check permalink
      December 15, 2009 7:49 pm

      Regarding Jerry Kassar:

      http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0608/10801.html

      Indeed, one complicating factor for Powers is the role of the state’s Conservative Party, which has hinted that it could support the likely Democratic nominee, City Councilman Mike McMahon, for the general election. Brooklyn Conservative Party Chairman Jerry Kassar, who recently met with McMahon, said he would give serious consideration to endorsing the councilman, calling him a “moderate to conservative Democrat.”

      “McMahon is in the mix this year as a popular Democrat that I would seriously consider supporting,” Kassar said. “He’s not as conservative as Powers, but he definitely appeals to us on some of the issues. He appeals to us on his opposition to gay marriage, and he told us he continues to support U.S. action in Iraq.”

  3. Keep the lens on Craig A. Eaton Esq. permalink
    December 16, 2009 10:31 am

    Upcoming Events in the Legal Community: December 15, 2009

    TODAY, Dec. 15, 2009 Brooklyn Council Lawyers’ Toast, 6 – 7:30 p.m. The 2009 Lawyers’ “Good Scout” Award Reception will be held at the Borough Hall Rotunda with all proceeds to benefit the Boys and Girls of the Brooklyn Council Boy Scouts of America. To be honored: Craig A. Eaton, Chairman of the Kings County Republican Committee; Gregory T. Cerchione, partner, Subin & Associates; and Robert W. Johnson, Treasurer, Sergeants Benevolent Association. Tickets: $150, donations accepted. For more information, contact Nickie Patterson-Garcia at (212) 651-2814, or visit http://www.bsa-gnyc.org

    http://www.brooklyneagle.com/categories/category.php?category_id=4&id=32460

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