Thank You

A heartfelt "thank you" for your attention throughout the campaign.

Dear Friends:

First and foremost, I want to say that my thoughts and my prayers – and those of my entire campaign team – are with all those struggling to recover from the impact of Hurricane Sandy.

Times are tough here right now on Long Island, but we will recover – and come back stronger than ever.  If there is anything my office can do for you and your family, please contact my Campaign HQ @ 631-775-9230.

Although much less important in the grand scheme of things, I also have some terrific news from the campaign front that I want to share with you!

The district’s paper of record – Newsday – has endorsed my candidacy for Congress.  Please read some key excerpts from Newsday’s editorial below and find a list of additional endorsements we’ve received.

“Altschuler, who holds an MBA and lives in St. James, makes a compelling case for his candidacy this time out.”

“As co-founder of OfficeTiger, a Manhattan-based business support company, in addition to his founding role at CloudBlue, he's proven himself as an entrepreneur with extraordinary business acumen, someone who could help Long Island's private sector create jobs.”

“If elected, Altschuler would likely be a member of the majority in the House of Representatives, which would give him a substantial advantage as he works to carry out his agenda.”

“Altschuler says he will start a new GOP caucus to end the bitter partisanship that has paralyzed the House. He will be held to that promise.”

“While Bishop insists that government can be a force for good, his challenger says government too often overreaches. The country is living beyond its means now, Altschuler says, and if you give the government more money, its expenses will just mushroom accordingly.”

But Altschuler has emerged as a business leader with the skills to guide eastern Long Island toward a brighter future.  Newsday endorses Altschuler.

More Bipartisan Endorsements for Randy Altschuler:

Suffolk County Association of Municipal Employees

Suffolk County Deputy Sheriffs’ Police Benevolent Association

Suffolk County Correction Officers Association, Inc.

National Federation of Independent Business

United States Chamber of Commerce

The Health Care Coalition of Suffolk County

National Vietnam & Gulf War Veterans Coalition

National Association of Wholesale Distributors

The Montauk Boatman & Captain’s Association

New York Fishing Tackle Trades Association Recreational Fishing Alliance

National Rifle Association

Smithtown Messenger

The Independent Newspaper

Suffolk County Republican Party

Suffolk County Conservative Party

New York State Independence Party

Thank you for everything!



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lawyer and mom November 06, 2012 at 10:53 PM
Randy has my vote and the votes of all those who believe in life for all including the unborn and that marriage is between one man and one woman only. It worked for thousands of years and Obama and his cronies have been taking America in the wrong direction.
Ralebird November 07, 2012 at 05:53 AM
Uh, hello? It's over. He lost.
highhatsize November 07, 2012 at 06:32 AM
My post, and, I believe, the posts of Mike Carroll, hretahgtah and Penny Glaser were all delayed in posting by ten hours as a result of some unexplained glitch. The editor tells me that Southampton Patch will soon have a new site but, since the cause of the glitch is unknown, the possibility of recurrence cannot be ruled out. This is not the first time that this has happened. One's post is shown on a grey background with the notation, "Pending Approval", in the upper right hand corner of the comment window but the post doesn't show on the moderation queue of the editor or on the screen of anyone but the author. I suppose its better to be censored capriciously rather than maliciously but both suck.
amy November 07, 2012 at 07:45 PM
Randy - You were definitely THE BEST candidate running. Your loss is New York's loss.
Postman Sharp November 07, 2012 at 07:47 PM
Dear Mr. Altschuler, You lied about our honorable Congressman, then you asked us to vote for you. When you learned that your lies were wrong, as made clear by the sole witness, you did not change your ads and continued to lie about our honorable Congressman. It's one think to error and to correct the error with or without an apology. But to lie and not to correct your lie is intentional deceipt of the voter who you asked to vote for you, trust you and send you to represent us in Washington. Why would anyone want a liar as the representative? I hope that you take that question back to New Jersey and ponder it every time you wake up in the middle of the night to ask yourself, "Where did I go wrong?". Good luck in New Jersey and good bye, Mr. Altschuler. Your return would be iladvised.


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