Thursday, July 23, 2009


Hello Voters and Citizens of Ulster County and the City of Kingston. I can't quite believe what I have been reading on some of the blogs. WOW!!! What Negative Power? Negative Power takes away our ability as Candidates to create a platform for the people. Republicans threatening Republicans when in fact, Positive Power should be a constant on the Campaign Trail in 2009. I am mortified that petitions were tampered with as stated on Richard Cahills Blog. Here we have Republicans admitting distrust within the political system when we the Republican Candidates are trying to serve the people and offer them our Leadership and Trust as candidates in the November 2009 Election.
As former Chairman of the Republican Committee in the City of Kingston, I can assure you that the Petition process was monitored daily by the staff at Republican Headquarters under my Leadership. Everyone requires guidance and direction and a careful review of all documents making sure all of the i's and t's are crossed before the deadline. I am sad to read that we have allowed ourselves to publicly accuse the system with accusations of distrust.
I would be interested to hear from the viewing audience your experiences on the Campaign Trail and the issues residents are concerned with and what changes are they recommending in the governmental system for the future of our County and the City of Kingston.
Good Luck on the CAMAIGN TRAIL 2009


Anonymous said...

good luck running for city and county elected positions at the same time. what does pay hill on collie tics have to say about it? or is it cahill on politics?

Anonymous said...


Jen Fuentes has expressed interest in holding an informal Ward 5 Meeting in August - and an Alderman debate (more formal) in September. Would you be interested in either of the above, as well? I'm also going to check with Cahill Sr.

Thank You,


Anonymous said...

P.S. - Actually I would be hosting (as far a setting up, invites and non-monetary basics) the Aug. meeting - at a venue in Ward 5. Monkey Joes has been mentioned, but other ideas (the number of respondents is certainly a factor) are welcome.

Hope all is well!


Anonymous said...

Also appearing on Cahill's Blog:

Fabrice Esq [2019] said...
Mr. Cahill,

In regards to the Andi Turco Levin
If someone tampered with her petitions would that be a violation of the 1964 Voting Rights Act?

July 22, 2009 3:57 PM

To date there has been no response to whether this is a violation or not. Still looking up some convoluted case law to sound intelligent?

Anonymous said...

Also appearing on Cahill on Politics Blog:

Anonymous said...
Mr. Cahill ESQ

Please check out Andi Turco Levin's Blog.
Levin makes the claim that her petitions for the GOP Line were tampered with.... Mr. Cahill
as an election law expert would that be a criminal action? Thanks for all you do.

KHS Class of 2011
Hopefuly Pre Law
Albany Law School

July 21, 2009 4:18 PM

Please explain how Ms. Turco-Levin's petitions were "tampered with." If she was tutored by the experts of her committee that would explain why she won't be on the ballot.