Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Dusting off the dinosaur

Anthony Como Files Petition Signatures for New York State Senate (15th District) with the Board of Elections

Anthony Como filed his petition signatures with the Board of Elections bringing him another step closer to winning the New York Senate seat in the 15th District. Como and his team of over 100 supporters were extremely excited after filing well over the required amount of petition signatures to secure the Republican, Conservative and Independence Party lines.

Anthony Como addressed his team and supporters, “I want to express my sincerest thanks to all my friends, family and supporters who carried and signed petitions for me. During this process we strengthened existing friendships, created new alliances and mended broken relationships. We have come together for a common cause and will fight together to bring State government back to where it belongs, in the hands of the people. Now that the petition process is over, I look forward to meeting residents and getting my message out of bringing reform, transparency and dignity to Albany.”

(Pictured L to R. Anthony Como and Senator Serphin Maltese)

Not so fast, boys! The Independence Party is not exactly on board.


Anonymous said...

reform, transparency and dignity to Albany...

Is he kidding? Dignity and Como do not belong in the same sentence.

Anonymous said...

Reform and a hack patronage job hound like Como don't belong in the same sentence either.

Anonymous said...

Which chin should i sign for?

Anonymous said...

Como looks like he feeds on lard and if you stick a pin in his face it will ooze corruption!

Anonymous said...

Tony's got it over Vinny "the chin". He's got 3!