September 15, 2010 by staff
Carl Paladino, University of Buffalo political scientist James Campbell, a political veteran meteorologist, said: “The frustration of the conservative movement and the power of Tea Party was demonstrated once again in the victory of Carl Paladino on capacity supported by the Republican Party candidate Rick Lazio. ”
Campbell is available today at 1 pm for a press conference in his office and for telephone interviews. Please contact Patricia Donovan at 716-645-4602 to schedule an interview.
Campbell points out that pollsters have underestimated the enthusiasm and participation rates Tea Party supporters and other conservatives this year.
“The race was interesting Paladino-Lazio the victory of the outsider in a landslide Paladino unexpected, although the latest pre-election polls had the race as a toss,” says Campbell, professor and director of UB Political Science.
Paladino says Campbell faces another tough battle against his Democratic rival, Andrew Cuomo, due to the large registration advantage for Democrats in New York.
“That said, the 2010 political winds strongly favor conservative Republicans,” says Campbell, “and Paladino is only one candidate feisty and combative. I would rate the race as leaning Cuomo, but certainly not one that could be taken for granted by Democrats. ”
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