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[PHOTO] Carvin Says Its Time for New Ideas; Campaign Starts on Town Hall Steps

Republican Joe Carvin launched his Congressional campaign against US Representative Nita Lowey today saying after 25 years, it is time for new ideas.

Republican Joe Carvin launched the start of his campaign for the 17th District Congressional seat of US Representative Nita Lowey (D) on the steps of Rye Town Hall, where he currently serves as Town Supervisor. Carvin said that whle he respected the 25 years of public service incumbent Nita Lowey had given to her office, it was time for new ideas. 

Carvin was accompanied by family members including wife Rozlyn and their two daughters. Recapping his professional experience in finance, Carvin said that his run for Congress was motivated by his assessment federal spending and debt are currently out of control and out of line with sound business principles.

Look for more coverage of Carvin's remarks about his Congressional campaign on Patch.

JJ March 27, 2012 at 10:33 AM
HERE'S A POINT............ You can't FOOL the smart people on this Blog. They research and read about "items & comments" people write about in this Blog. The REAL truth always comes out. I wish the Port Chester Patch was in business 20 years ago.
joe April 03, 2012 at 01:09 PM
Then you would SURELY vote against Lowey. She is the epitome of a political hack. She presides over the most heavily taxed district in the nation....people and jobs are laeving it every year for greener pastures. And FOOLS like you want to give her credit for "substantial $$"?????.....she is COSTING us substantial $$$..!!
JC April 03, 2012 at 01:49 PM
haha Blogger the real insider, she trowed money like candies from a piñata for us and then she just left like the fairy tale, what a beautiful story bobz and bobj
Don Sutherland May 03, 2012 at 04:25 PM
At a time when the nation is facing a looming crossroads on account of its long-term fiscal imbalances, Joe Carvin's entry into the race should allow for a rich debate on that critical issue. Today, the U.S. still has broad latitude to address its long-term imbalances. Its debt intolerance is high, interest rates are near historic lows, and the economy still has a lot of growth potential. A meaningful period of transition is feasible. Nevertheless, given the size of the nation's fiscal imbalances, especially if one adds near public debt e.g., the nation's guarantees associated with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to the mix., the opportunity costs associated with inaction are rising. The policy choices the nation adopts going forward will determine whether it pulls off a successful fiscal consolidation along the lines of Canada in the 1990s or muddles along until it faces a crisis that leaves it little or no room for transition and inflicts far greater pain than would otherwise have been necessary.
Conservative NYer June 22, 2012 at 12:24 PM
RINO!!!! http://www.lausdeo10580.com/lausdeo10580/2012/06/video-carvin-admits-he-voted-for-obama-in-2008.html In no way can I EVER vote for a person who voted to fundamentally change the United States of America and that is exactly what Mr. Carvin did!!

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