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  1. I don't think anyone with a sense of numbers really gave Astorino a snowballs chance in an incubator - but he got many more votes than then expected! Second - the GOP swept the federal arena, not sure that's a good thing, but it sends a message.... Most importantly we dumped the states second biggest anti-hunter - Grisanati is GONE! Good riddance... We retained the few friends we have as well: Lalor, Nojay, Tenney, Difransico, Ricie, Valesky and a few others.... Only 34,000 votes were cast in senate 11 and we think we can remove Avella in 2 years based on that, despite he got 90 % of the vote... A number of punks retired as well... The assembly 106 was decided with only a spread of about 100 votes - tell me one vote does not matter sometimes..... Here is the most significant: Grisanti gone means a new chairman of the senate environmental conservation committee.... The retirement of Sweeney means a new chairman of the assembly environmental conservation committee. We need to focus on these chair positions, this is vital to all DEC bills unless the governor wants to push something through the budget... Stay tuned to NYDH's website and social media...
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  4. I am passing the following from SAOVA, an organization it is wise to follow: News Briefs and Updates October 24, 2014 Dear SAOVA Friends, Campaign financing information has been released by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) that includes contributions through September 30. We have a few notable updates for you from these figures. The Humane Society Legislative Fund (HSLF) spent a total of $78,493 supporting the campaign of Congressman Gary Peters (D) to win the open Senate seat race in Michigan against challenger Terri Lynn Land ®. A close second is Senator Jeff Merkley (D, OR) where HSLF has contributed $75,150 to assist his re-election. We reported previously that HSLF had contributed $41,794 to the campaign of Tony Strickland ® in the California district 25 open Congressional seat race against Steve Knight ®. Rounding out the list of top expenditures is the HSLF contribution of $50,941 to Congressman Bruce Braley (D) challenging Joni Ernst ® for the open Iowa Senate seat. As of October 23, HSUS/HSLF contributed approximately $2 million to Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting, headed by HSUS state director Katie Hansberry, in support of their ballot initiative. Question 1 on the November ballot would ban the use of bait, dogs and traps for bear hunting in the state. The current report from the Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices shows only one percent of the campaign funds raised by supporters of Question 1 actually came from Maine donors. In addition, HSUS/Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting filed a lawsuit in September requesting an injunction against the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to prevent them from speaking out publicly against Question 1 and to have all content opposing Question 1 removed from their website. Last week Superior Court Justice Joyce Wheeler rejected the injunction request. “Restricting speech on contested public issues is directly contrary to the public interest, which favors a robust and dynamic public discourse,” Wheeler said in her 15-page decision. “It is [for] the voters, not the plaintiffs or the courts, to assess the relative merits of conflicting speech. Judge Wheeler continued, “The public interest would be adversely affected if plaintiffs’ request for a temporary restraining order were granted when DIF&W’s speech is on topics squarely within its competence as governor of statutory directives from the Legislature.” HSUS/Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting plans to appeal the decision. PERDUE/HSUS JOINT PRESS RELEASE October 13, 2014. Perdue Farms, Inc. and The Humane Society of the United States are pleased to announce the settlement of two federal cases in New Jersey and Florida concerning Perdue's "humanely raised" claim on its Harvestland chicken labels. The settlement requires the plaintiffs to dismiss their claims with prejudice, in exchange for Perdue agreeing to remove the "Humanely Raised" label claim from its Harvestland chicken packaging. The proposed class action cases were filed in 2010 and 2013 by individual consumers who contended that Perdue's "Humanely Raised" claim on the packaging of its Harvestland brand chicken was misleading. Perdue vigorously opposed plaintiffs' claims. "We are pleased to see the claim removed from Harvestland's packaging, which we view to be misleading," said Peter Petersan, Director of Animal Protection Litigation for the HSUS. "We will continue to work to protect both animals and consumers." "Perdue rejects the plaintiffs' allegations and maintains that its labels are not misleading in any way. Nonetheless, it has agreed to discontinue the labeling claim at issue," said Herb Frerichs, General Councel for Perdue Farms. "Perdue is committed to treating animals with respect and to ensure their health and safety. We are pleased this lawsuit has been resolved." Source: HSUS press release. Please read and share the rest of our updates. The world not only belongs to those who show up, it's controlled by the best informed and most motivated. Make your vote count on November 4th! Susan Wolf Sportsmen's and Animal Owners' Voting Alliance - Working to identify and elect supportive legislators
  5. Kevin Stocker is a 2014 Republican candidate for District 60 of the New York State Senate. BattlegroundRace.jpg This candidate is running in a "race to watch" in one of the 20 chambers identified by Ballotpedia as a battleground chamber. State legislative battleground chambers, 2014 The majority of state legislative chambers with elections in 2014 are not at risk of flipping majority control. Using data on partisan balance, seats up for election and competitive districts, Ballotpedia staff has identified the top 20 state legislative chambers to watch. NY State Senate District 60 Buffalo and surrounding area! Read about this and 19 other Battleground chambers: http://ballotpedia.o..._chambers,_2014 A win for Stocker in Senate District 60 is a huge win for sportsmen. If you live in the Buffalo area, be sure to vote and be sure to vote for Stocker. If you know people from district 60 in and around Buffalo convince them to get out and vote and for Stocker! Regardless of were you live follow second link to volunteer for his campaign. http://www.stockerfo...m/about_stocker http://www.stockerfo...nge.com/contact Stocker is opposing Mark Grisanti who got voted out of the republican party and is running as an independent. Grisanti voted for the safe act, killed the dove bill, and sponsored multiple laws designed to punish dog owners. Grisanti is currently the chairman of the senate environmental conservation committee and in such a position he decides what hunting-related legislation gets moved for a vote and blocks whatever he pleases to.
  6. State legislative battleground chambers, 2014 The majority of state legislative chambers with elections in 2014 are not at risk of flipping majority control. Using data on partisan balance, seats up for election and competitive districts, Ballotpedia staff has identified the top 20 state legislative chambers to watch. NY State Senate District 60 Buffalo and surrounding area! Read about this and 19 other Battleground chambers: http://ballotpedia.org/State_legislative_battleground_chambers,_2014 A win for Stocker in Senate District 60 is a huge win for sportsmen. If you live in the Buffalo area, be sure to vote and be sure to vote for Stocker. If you know people from district 60 in and around Buffalo convince them to get out and vote and for Stocker! Regardless of were you live follow second link to volunteer for his campaign. http://www.stockerfo...m/about_stocker http://www.stockerfo...nge.com/contact Stocker is opposing Mark Grisanti who got voted out of the republican party and is running as an independent. Grisanti voted for the safe act, killed the dove bill, and sponsored multiple laws designed to punish dog owners. Grisanti is currently the chairman of the senate environmental conservation committee and in such a position he decides what hunting-related legislation gets moved for a vote and blocks whatever he pleases to.
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