NY’S SMALL BIZ COMMUNITY HAS SPOKEN: STEVE McLAUGHLIN IS THE ONLY CHOICE FOR ASSEMBLY
McLaughlin receives endorsement from The Business Council of New York State as New York’s #1 pro-jobs legislator
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C,I-Melrose) was endorsed by The Business Council of New York State (BCNYS) in his bid for re-election to the state assembly in the 107th Assembly district. BCNYS endorsed McLaughlin noting that he was ranked New York’s top pro-jobs legislator, in both the Assembly and Senate, for his commitment to creating economic growth, good jobs and strong communities across New YorkState. Noting that this year is about electing pro-business and pro-taxpayer candidates to the state legislature, BCNYS said McLaughlin is the obvious and only choice when it comes to supporting pro-growth policies.
McLAUGHLIN ENDORSED BY NYS RIFLE & PISTOL, NRA
McLaughlin endorsed by the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association,
receives an “A” rating from the National Rifle Association
The New York State Rifle and Pistol Association (NYSRPA), the state’s largest and the nation’s oldest pro Second Amendment civil rights organization, proudly announced the endorsement of Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin for state assembly in the 107th Assembly district on November 6. NYSRPA said the endorsement was given to McLaughlin because he has been a man of his word and delivered as promised, standing strong on Second Amendment issues sportsmen across New York hold near and dear.
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C-Melrose) today was joined by family members and friends of the late Derek Farley to unveil a plaque officially naming the bridge entering Derek’s hometown the “Staff Sergeant Derek Farley Memorial Bridge” in a dedication ceremony. Earlier this year, McLaughlin was joined by Senator Roy McDonald (R-Saratoga) in passing legislation to name the bridge after Derek, who was awarded the Purple Heart in 2007 and was killed after attempting to dismantle an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan in 2010.
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McLAUGHLIN, FAMILY, FRIENDS TO UNVEIL “STAFF SGT. DEREK FARLEY MEMORIAL BRIDGE” AT DEDICATION CEREMONY THIS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14
McLaughlin will be joined by other elected officials, family and friends of local hero who was killed while serving in Afghanistan to unveil the “Staff Sgt. Derek Farley Memorial Bridge” in Nassau
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C-Melrose) will be joined by family members and friends of the late Derek Farley to unveil a plaque officially naming the bridge entering Farley’s hometown the “Staff Sergeant Derek Farley Memorial Bridge” in a dedication ceremony this Sunday, October 14. McLaughlin was joined by Senator Roy McDonald (R-Saratoga) in passing legislation earlier this year to name the bridge after Derek, who was awarded the Purple Heart in 2007 and was killed after attempting to dismantle an improvised explosive device in Afghanistanin 2010.
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C,I-Melrose) was endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), New York’s leading small business association, in his bid for re-election to the state assembly in the 107th Assembly district. NFIB honored McLaughlin citing that he is the only candidate in this race who has shown commitment to reduce the costs of doing business and begin the work of cutting broad business and income taxes, easing regulatory barriers and strengthening Upstate New York’s economy. McLaughlin was also one of ten legislators honored as a “Guardian of Small Business” for his strong support ofNew York’s private sector.
NY FARM BUREAU: ASSEMBLYMAN McLAUGHLIN IS A 'FRIEND' OF UPSTATE FARMS
Editor's Note: This Editorial appeared in the October 8 edition of the Troy Record from Dean Norton, President, New York Farm Bureau
I am pleased to announce that New York Farm Bureau has recently named Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin 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. New York Farm Bureau is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse elected officials or political candidates.
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Thank you. It has been an honor to serve as your Assemblyman over the last two years. I am extremely humbled by the confidence you have placed in me. I take your trust and your support very seriously. Honesty, hard work, integrity, dedication, humility and accountability are what I strive for each day.
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UNSHACKLE UPSTATE ENDORSES McLAUGHLIN FOR ASSEMBLY
Unshackle cites endorsement as recognition of McLaughlin’s commitment to a pro-growth economy
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C,I-Melrose) was endorsed by Unshackle Upstate in his bid for re-election to the state assembly in the 107th Assembly district. Unshackle Upstate, a bi-partisan coalition of over 80 business and trade organizations representing upwards of 70,000 companies and employing more than 1.5 million people, endorsed McLaughlin because of his principled positions for a stronger Upstate and is confident that he will once again be a real leader for the business community and taxpayers as Albany works to lower spending, lower taxes and create private sector jobs.
McLAUGHLIN TO OPPONENT: YOUR SILENCE IS DISTURBING
McLaughlin’s opponent has been silent for 20 days, since McLaughlin wrote to her, without responding to serious allegations that the biggest contributor to her campaign covered up a sexual misconduct scandal against two females
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C-Melrose) earlier this month wrote to his opponent and ask that she publicly pledge to not accept monetary or in-kind resources from Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver in light of his decision to misuse taxpayer dollars while covering up the latest Albany scandal. Now 20 days have elapsed with no response to McLaughlin’s letter and no position on this latestAlbany scandal. McLaughlin reiterated his outrage that Silver used $105,000 in taxpayer dollars as “hush money” in an effort to cover up a sexual misconduct scandal alleged by two females and is shocked that his opponent, a female, has been silent.
McLAUGHLIN: LOPEZ MUST PAY US BACK AND RESIGN, SILVER MUST BE INVESTIGATED
Assemblyman calls on embattled Lopez, Silver to return hush money to taxpayers; calls for investigation on Silver, DiNapoli, Schneiderman and Lopez
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C-Melrose) today reiterated his call from last week urging either embattled Assemblyman Vito Lopez of Brooklyn or Speaker Sheldon Silver of Manhattan to reimburse the taxpayers of New York State $103,000 for Mr. Lopez’s alleged despicable behavior. McLaughlin joins a list of growing bi-partisan elected officials from New York State calling on Mr. Lopez to resign and is insisting that the Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) conduct an immediate and full investigation into what Speaker Silver, Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and Attorney General Eric Scheiderman knew during the weeks and months prior to Friday, August 24.