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DioGuardi on Gillibrand: “She Won, You Lost”

October 26, 2010

Senate candidate Joe DioGuardi is out with a fairly decent political ad regarding his opponent’s work with HUD, among other things:

Click here for the link to the DioGuardi page fleshing out the facts behind the ad a bit more.


As for the ad itself, it’s not bad, but this could be coming a bit too late.

With one week until the election and the poll numbers not moving enough to indicate genuine momentum, it might very well be that Senator Gillibrand remains a senator in the aftermath of the election.

DioGuardi still has time, and an October surprise could (if existing and properly executed) throw the numbers into flux.

But one advertisement is not enough.

We shall see what else Joe has up his sleeve this week. Hopefully, it’s something good.

  1. "Pounding Pavement" for DioGuardi, Brooklyn GOP style permalink
    October 27, 2010 7:20 am

    Loved the picture in the TJIUA Dio Guardi post, it showed real “hard campaigning” by lots of Republicans in Brooklyn…NOT!!!!

    When the Brooklyn GOP bloggers say/ write/ think “Pounding Pavement” what do they really mean? It suggests people on the streets and going door to door ring bells talking to voters.

    Neither we nor many of the people we’ve questioned have seen or heard from any Republicans campaigning for any candidate in 2010.

    Where is the pavement upon which the Brooklyn GOPers are pounding?

    Me thinks that this is all a myth in GB’s and CE’s and RG’s brains; and it has nothing to do with feets on the streets for any Republican candidates.

    October 28, 2010 1:07 pm

    From the Hayon website…

    The race for NYS Assembly in the 45th District just got a little dirty. While Joseph Hayon is on a roll with rabbinical endorsements, Steve Cymbrowitz has been using photos to falsely imply endorsements by prominent rabbis.

    Hayon said in a written statement, “Steve’s ads and mailings are misleading the community into thinking Agudath Israel of America endorsed him. Nowhere on the ad with rabbi photos shows an endorsement of any kind.” Knowing Steve Cymbrowitz for a few years, I thought our race for Assembly would be one of the few honorable races. For whatever reason, Steve has resorted to deceptive advertisement.”

    Some of the rabbis shown in the campaign literature includes Rabbi Shmuel Lefkowitz, Rabbi Melvin I. Berg, Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zwiebel. These rabbis are well known for their strict policy not to endorse candidates, even as individuals.

    Cymbrowitz has been heavily advertising the deceptive literature in the Jewish areas of his district spending more than $5,000.

    Hayon’s most recent endorsement came from Rabbi Yisroel Belsky.

  3. En Vogue permalink
    October 28, 2010 1:36 pm

    She may not be “the Material Girl,” but at least she’s opposed to congestion pricing. Meanwhile, DIoGuardi is not opposed. Shame on him.

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