First Tea Party Candidate Elected to Office on Long Island
Excellent work by Dean Murray and the patriots of the CSA!
More from Fox:
Dean Murray, a 45-year-old Long Island, N.Y., businessman who organized Tea Party protests, will be sworn in as the new Republican state assemblyman representing Long Island’s eastern 3rd Assembly District after being certified the winner of a special election held last Tuesday.
The Tea Party followers can boast about their first elected official.
Son is serving in Afghanistan:
Murray has one son, Tony, who is now serving in Afghanistan. He is a staff sergeant with the Air National Guard working as a crew chief for A-10 “Warthog” attack planes.
“My son is in Afghanistan right now to preserve the freedoms we have,” Murray said, adding that his election shows how democracy works when “a regular businessman” can run and win as he has.
From the Long Island Press:
Suffolk County election officials have certified Republican Dean Murray as the winner of a special election in the 3rd Assembly District.
Suffolk County Board of Elections officials released results Wednesday of a recanvass of the Feb. 9 vote, showing Murray with a 160-vote victory over Democrat Lauren Thoden.
Happy members of the Conservative Society for Action celebrated while watching Dean on the Greta Van Sustern show thursday night!