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Donovan's Camp Strikes Back
October 20th, 2010

Dan Donovan’s press team has issued a rebuttal to the recent release by Sen. Eric Schneiderman’s campaign that celebrated their lead in a recent poll and announced that Donovan’s camp took their TV spots off the air for a week.
In poll after poll, despite months of lies and false charges from Team Schneiderman, New Yorkers – specifically independent and undecided voters – are trending overwhelmingly for Dan Donovan, a 15-year law enforcement official and abandoning Eric Schneiderman, a 12-year Albany politician.

Team Schneiderman is clearly in chaos and disarray with the knowledge that even with a 5-1 voter registration advantage, a financial advantage (thanks to donations from integrity-challenged State Senate colleagues, not paying any of his campaign bills and of course, his father Irwins largesse) and their disgusting attempts to scare women and minority communities with weak and baseless attacks they still cant stop the tidal wave of momentum for District Attorney Donovan. New Yorkers want independence. They want an experienced prosecutor as their states chief lawyer not a long-time State Senator who has been a proud member of the most dysfunctional legislature in the country. The polls are clear on this and no amount of posturing from Team Schneiderman will change that.

By on October 20, 2010, 3:07 pm
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One Response to “Donovan's Camp Strikes Back”

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    June 15th, 2013 at 4:49 am

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