These successes demonstrate that voters are fed-up with business-as-usual politics in Washington and are looking for a better way. Frustrated with Congressman Scott Murphy’s votes- including the unpopular health care bill and Cap & Trade- voters throughout the 20th District are speaking out against soaring debt and the failed stimulus bill. Our campaign looks to represent the district’s constituents by reversing Murphy’s misguided voting record. Chris Gibson will work to repeal and replace the health care legislation, help the economy and private sector grow and create jobs through fewer taxes and regulations.
We only have 91 days left to secure victory. Thanks to all your efforts, we have many achievements to be proud of. Let’s continue to tell our friends and neighbors about our campaign and encourage them to support it. On November 2nd, we will stand shoulder-to-shoulder in victory.
Fox Business Network
Community News 7-31-2010
“With his campaign for re-election officially under way, U.S. Rep. Scott Murphy will soon publicly debate the issues – and his voting record – with a challenger who says the congressman has failed to adhere to the fiscally conservative principles to which often refers. The campaigns of both Murphy and Republican challenger Chris Gibson said they are working on the details of holding public debates, with nothing yet formalized.”
(read more)In Midterm Elections, Afghan War Barely Surfaces
The New York Times 7-29-2010
“…And in the Albany area, Chris Gibson, a retired Army colonel with multiple combat deployments who is running as a Republican, has criticized the military’s restrictive rules of engagement, which are intended to avoid civilian casualties.”
They Took a Desert and Made It Peace
“The campaigns of COL (Ret.) Chris Gibson, a retired, active duty Army officer running in the New York 20th District, and Andrew “Rocky” Raczkowsky, an Army Reservist seeking the Republican nomination in the Michigan 9th, reflect the general meme of veterans of the “Long War” seeking political office. However, they also demonstrate the variety of experiences Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines have had in this “Long War.”