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Carl Paladino

Oct 13, 2010 — The NY GOP governor nominee's apology for ant-gay comments cost him a conservative rabbi's endorsement. The rabbi was the same one who wrote the comments in the first place for Carl Paladino who triggered a firestorm with his remarks.
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Oct 11, 2010 — The Republican nominee for New York governor created another controversy with his anti-gay comments. He derided his Democratic opponent, Andrew Cuomo, for not only attending the gay pride march but for taking his daughters as well.
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Oct 7, 2010 — New Yorkers are angry but not as much as GOP governor nominee Carl Paladino who's falling in polls. Andrew Cuomo's opened up a larger lead on Paladino whose public confrontation with a reporter appears to have hurt him.
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Oct 5, 2010 — The Republican candidate for governor of New York lived up to his reputation as a tough-talking, mad-as-hell kind of guy in a conversation with All Things Considered.'s Robert Siegel.
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Oct 1, 2010 — Carl Paladino's desire to ban a reporter from his campaign for New York governor would seem to clash with the First Amendment which requires freedom of the press. The Tea Party which supports him exalts the Constitution, including the !st Amendment.
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Sep 30, 2010 — NY Republican governor candidate Carl Paladino charged that his Democrat rival Andrew Cuomo had marital affairs during a now-defunct marriage and that the media is not probing Cuomo's past the way they are his.
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Apr 14, 2010 — N.Y. gov. candidate hopeful Carl Paladino is in hot water for forwarding racist and sexist e-mails.
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