Recent Event Highlights: The Anatomy of One Democrat's Loss - Newsweek, Leaders include Farley, Tonko, Reilly, McDonald, Tedisco, Amedore - Schenectady Gazette, Tedisco returned to Assembly - The Saratogian, Ballots impounded - Albany Times Union (blog), A voter's guide to political races at Saratoga County, state levels - The Saratogian, Letter: Tedisco has earned our trust and our vote - The Saratogian, and 99 more...
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NewsweekThe Anatomy of One Democrat's LossNewsweek... Harvard-educated Democrat and former entrepreneur who emerged from obscurity to defeat prominent state Assemblyman Jim Tedisco in the March 31, 2009, ...Gibson bumps Murphy out of 20th Congressional seatThe SaratogianGibson defeats Murphy in 20thAlbany Times UnionGibson beats Murphy, Tonko winsAlbany Times Unionall 25 news articles »
Leaders include Farley, Tonko, Reilly, McDonald, Tedisco, AmedoreSchenectady GazetteIn Schenectady County, with 56 percent of the precincts reporting, Republican incumbent James Tedisco leads Democratic challenger BK Keramati, 7634 to 4094, ...Local Republicans keep seats in state LegislatureGlens Falls Post-Starall 4 news articles »
Tedisco returned to AssemblyThe SaratogianRepublican Assemblyman Jim Tedisco won his 15th straight election for the 110th District seat on Tuesday night, beating out Democratic ...and more »
Sports figures on election nightKMPH Fox 26-Jon Runyan, R, NFL, New Jersey, US House. -Heath Shuler, D, NFL, North Carolina, US House. -James Tedisco, R, college basketball, New York, ...and more »
Ballots impoundedAlbany Times Union (blog)I'm hoping we don't get a month-long recount like we did in the Murphy-Tedisco race of 2009. Here's the memo the state Board of Elections issued to the ...and more »
A voter's guide to political races at Saratoga County, state levelsThe SaratogianRepublican Jim Tedisco is running for re-election to the 110th Assembly District against Galway Democrat BK Keramati. Tedisco has held the seat for 28 years ...and more »
Letter: Tedisco has earned our trust and our voteThe SaratogianThat's easy: Jim Tedisco. Tedisco has worked to control government spending, reduce government red tape and lower taxes on families and small businesses. ...
Endorsement: Jim TediscoThe SaratogianIn an election year with palpable anti-incumbent fervor, voters should not be so quick to toss Jim Tedisco out of the Assembly. Though all of his 28 years ...
Letter: Looking forward to Tedisco's re-electionThe SaratogianLast August, I only had to place one telephone call to Jim Tedisco's office and the next week he met with my husband and me personally to walk around the ...
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco talks capping and cutting spending and fiscal responsibility.
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco's new TV Ad "Enough"
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco talks about his plan to create jobs and reduce debt.
Farley, Tedisco face pressure from 'fresh faces'Glens Falls Post-StarHugh Farley, R-Schenectady, and Assemblyman Jim Tedisco, R-Schenectady, each stood beside Democratic opponents who said their time at the statehouse should ...Candidates go head-to-headThe Saratogianall 6 news articles »
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco's first television commercial, "One Voice"
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco talks about his efforts to help pass the landmark Buster's Law. Tedisco is now working to strengthen the animal cruelty law.
Keep smiling, Eliot: 'Parker-Spitzer' debutsAlbany Times Union (blog)Jim Tedisco? Fred Dicker? – Overall, Spitzer's brand of intensity overwhelms Parker — who disappeared entirely for “Unfinished Business” — and works ...and more »
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco talks fiscal responsibility and his tax free budget pledge
League of Women Voters host October forums for county, state candidatesThe Saratogian... 110th NYS Assembly District candidates BK Keramati (D) and Republican Ass. James Tedisco (R) and candidates for the State Senate's 44th District, ...and more »
James TediscoThe SaratogianJim Tedisco was elected to the Assemblyman in 1982, after nine years in education, first as a guidance counselor, varsity basketball coach and athletic ...
Scott MurphyThe SaratogianScott Murphy was elected to Congress in a special election on March 31, 2009, defeating state Assemblyman James Tedisco for the seat opened by Kirsten ...and more »
Letter: Tedisco welcomed to 'Circle of Friends'The SaratogianI am pleased to announce that the New York Farm Bureau has recently named Assemblyman James Tedisco to our annual "Circle of Friends" list. ...and more »
Write-in candidate Mark Little challenging James Tedisco for 110th District ...The SaratogianMark Little of Glenville, the so-called “Little guy,” is challenging former Assembly Minority Leader James Tedisco, R-Schenectady, in the 110th Assembly ...
...special interest money OUT of politics. BK is THE alternative to the Corrupt Right Wing extremist machine politician Tedisco. Vot BK for a REAL reformer! " " It's rather broad to say: '“I don’t believe in the parties right now,” said Little,..' Why not judge...
...am pleased to announce that the New York Farm Bureau has recently named Assemblyman James Tedisco to our annual "Circle of Friends" list. This legislative award is granted based upon his record of legislative support for New York agriculture and the farm bureau....
Keramati to open Spring Street office in campaign for state Assembly seatThe SaratogianKeramati, a Democrat, is running against incumbent Assemblyman James Tedisco to represent the 110th District. That district includes Saratoga Springs, ...
Democrat sees déjà vu in Gibson and PaladinoAlbany Times Union (blog)This is like Jim Tedisco not being able to decide if he supports the stimulus,” Bulman said. “This is typical Republican: you don't know where they stand on ...and more »
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco talks about his bill to enable voters to petition to recall elected officials who are derelict in their duties.
Giuliani coming to area to back GibsonSchenectady Gazette (blog)Giuliani campaigned for Jim Tedisco last year as he ran for the seat Gibson now seeks. Tedisco lost to Democrat Scott Murphy, Gibson's opponent. ...and more »
NY GOP: Gang that can't vote straightNew York PostIn recent special elections -- clear opportunities to regain historically Republican House seats -- party bigwigs picked Jim Tedisco and Dede Scozzafava, ...and more »
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco talks about his efforts to cap and cut property taxes.
...impersonation of a federal agent shows the need for passage of the so-called “Chronic Criminal Act,” said Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville. “This guy’s the textbook definition of a chronic criminal — 82 arrests across 13 states,” Tedisco said in a press...
The Post-Star | Glen Falls, NY
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco joined the Glenville Police Department and local kids to encourage bike helmet safety. Local police in Schenectady and Saratoga Counties will be giving out "good tickets" for free ice cream to kids wearing helmets.
Assemblyman Jim Tedisco supports a second Senate Coup! The first one cost the taxpayers over $150000000 and he would support another one so his buddy Hugh Farley can become Majority Leader. The Senate Coup was such a blemish on the New York State Government it shouldn't even be joked about by our elected leaders. VOTE HIM OUT!
Assemblyman James Tedisco (R,C,I-Schenectady-Saratoga) bottle feeds, "Red", the official calf of Dairy Day 2010. Dairy Day is an annual event that features New York dairy products and raises awareness of dairy farming issues throughout the state.
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Tedisco's remarks during the debate of A07732 on May 12, 2009.
...the race remained a nail-biter, coming down to the thousands of absentee ballots that ultimately gave Murphy the win. Tedisco strategists recognized after the fact that their absentee ballot program fell well short of Democratic efforts. Absentee ballots were...
breakroomlive.comBreakRoomLive w Maron & Seder is LIVE weekdays, 3-4pm from Air America's Break Room. Sam calls the board of elections to find out why his ballot is being challenged by Jim Tedisco, the Republican nominee in the special election for the 20th US Congressional District. Catch comedy sketches, interviews, political & cultural discussions, & interact with hosts & guests live: 3pm, MF @ BreakRoomLive.com! BreakRoomLive w/ Marc Maron & Sam Seder is a production of airamerica.com
ALBANY, NY (AP) - The end of a close race is near in New York's 20th Congressional District, and as the number of contested ballots dwindles, the Republican has fallen farther behind. Democrat Scott Murphy leads Republican Jim Tedisco by 401 votes. Of the contested ballots not yet counted, twice as many are from registered Democrats and allied parties than Republicans. The latest count from the state Board of Elections has Murphy with 80368 and Tedisco with 79967 votes, but the Republican is not conceding. Incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand succeeded H
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Candidate For Congress Jim Tedisco Discussing His Ballot Integrity Fund. Donate now at www.icontribute.us
...down as leader now is a good one, adding, “He expects to move on to Congress and will focus more on some of that transition.” Tedisco touted his experience as a 26-year veteran of the Assembly during his his neck-and-neck House race with Democrat Murphy, a...
... ALBANY Assembly Minority Leader James Tedisco will either step aside or face a vote of no confidence next week as he awaits the outcome of his deadlocked House race, Assembly sources say. An unhappy Republican conference is set to take action next...
Jim Tedisco "Truth" :30 For more on this video or to see others like it, visit The Victory Group at www.victorygroup.com.
...opposed the federal stimulus package, and the issue has become a centerpiece of the attacks of his opponent, Scott Murphy. Mr. Tedisco’s Republican credentials also resonated with Mary Gulizio, 89, of Queensberry, who was eating lunch with her friends on...
NYT: City Room
...of the district, 58 percent to 29 percent. Voters in the southern part of the district are split 46 percent for Murphy, 44 percent for Tedisco. Regardless of who they support, a greater number of voters 45 percent to 35 percent think Tedisco will win. ...
When asked: "So you're against the death penalty for terrorists?" Scott Murphy: "Yeah."
Jim Tedisco "Three Times" :30 For more on this video or to see others like it, visit The Victory Group at www.victorygroup.com.
Jim Tedisco Candidate for Congress in New York's 20th Congressional District's ad called "He Speaks for Us"