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Politicians that VOTED for / against the SAFE Act

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in NY SAFE Act News, The NYR Blog |



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NY Secure Firearms and Ammunition Enforcement (SAFE) Act of 2013
(S2230 Klein / A2388 Silver)
SENATE COMMITTEE VOTE: – Rules – Jan 14, 2013
VOTING TO INFRINGE YOUR GUN RIGHTS – Ayes (18): Skelos, Libous, Carlucci, Flanagan,
Fuschillo, LaValle, Marcellino, Valesky, Stewart-Cousins, Breslin, Dilan, Hassell-Thompson,
Krueger, Montgomery, Parker, Perkins, Espaillat,
Gianaris; Ayes W/R (1): Hannon
VOTING TO PROTECT YOUR GUN RIGHTS – Nays (6): Bonacic, Farley, Larkin, Maziarz,
Nozzolio, Seward
SENATE FLOOR VOTE: – Jan 14. 2013 Ayes (43) Nays (18) Excused (1)
VOTING TO INFRINGE YOUR GUN RIGHTS – Ayes: Adams, Addabbo, Avella, Boyle, Breslin,
Carlucci, Diaz, Dilan, Espaillat, Felder, Flanagan, Fuschillo, Gianaris, Gipson, Golden, Grisanti,
Hannon, Hassell-Thompson, Hoylman, Kennedy, Klein, Krueger, Lanza, Latimer, LaValle,
Marcellino, Martins, Montgomery, O’Brien, Parker, Peralta, Perkins, Rivera, Sampson, Sanders,
Savino, Serrano, Skelos, Smith, Squadron, Stavisky, Stewart-Cousins, Valesky
Ayes: 43; (Democrat:32 Republican:11)
VOTING TO PROTECT YOUR GUN RIGHTS – Nays: Ball, Bonacic, DeFrancisco, Farley,
Gallivan, Griffo, Larkin, Libous, Little, Marchione, Maziarz, Nozzolio, O’Mara, Ranzenhofer,
Ritchie, Robach, Seward, Young
Nays: 18; (Democrat:0 Republican:18)
Excused: Zeldin
ASSEMBLY FLOOR VOTE: – Jan 15, 2013 Ayes (104) Nays (43) Excused (3)
VOTING TO INFRINGE YOUR GUN RIGHTS – Ayes: Abbate, Abinanti, Arroyo, Aubry, Barrett,
Barron, Benedetto, Boyland, Braunstein, Brennan, Bronson, Brook-Krasny, Buchwald, Cahill,
Camara, Castro, Clark, Colton, Cook, Curran, Cusick, Cymbrowitz, DenDekker, Dinowitz,
Englebright, Espinal, Fahy, Farrell, Galef, Gantt, Gibson, Gjonaj, Glick, Goldfeder, Gottfried,
Heastie, Hennessey, Hevesi, Hikind, Hooper, Jacobs, Jaffee, Kavanagh, Kellner, Kim, Lavine,
Lentol, Lifton, Vito Lopez, Losquadro, Lupinacci, Magnarelli, Maisel, Malliotakis, Markey, Mayer,
McDonald, McDonough, McKevitt, Miller, Millman, Morelle, Mosley, Moya, Nolan, O’Donnell,
Ortiz, Otis, Paulin, Peoples-Stokes, Perry, Pretlow, Quart, Ra, Ramos, Roberts, Robinson,
Rodriguez, Rosa, Rosenthal, Rozic, Russell, Ryan, Santabarbara, Scarborough, Schimel,
Sepulveda, Silver, Simanowitz, Simotas, Skartados, Solages, Steck, Stevenson, Stirpe,
Sweeney, Thiele, Titone, Titus, Weinstein, Weisenberg, Weprin, Wright, Zebrowski
Ayes: 104; (Democrat:96 Republican:7 Independent:1)
VOTING TO PROTECT YOUR GUN RIGHTS – Nays: Barclay, Blankenbush, Borelli, Brindisi,
Butler, Ceretto, Corwin, Crouch, DiPietro, Duprey, Finch, Friend, Gabryszak, Garbarino, Giglio,
Goodell, Graf, Gunther, Hawley, Johns, Jordan, Katz, Kearns, Kolb, Lalor, Peter Lopez,
Lupardo, Magee, McLaughlin, Montesano, Nojay, Oaks, Palmesano, Rabbitt, Raia, Reilich,
Saladino, Schimminger, Skoufis, Stec, Tedisco, Tenney, Walter
Nays: 43; (Democrat:8 Republican:35 Independent:0)
Excused: Crespo, Fitzpatrick, Rivera


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Hey Andy, we aren’t going anywhere.

Posted by on Jan 21, 2014 in The NYR Blog |

In response to Andrew Cuomo’s latest conservative bashing, New York Revolution has created a movement of resistance. Andrew Cuomo, NY’s governor, doesn’t feel certain groups of people with certain ideaology’s belong in New York. We feel differently. Meet the three state coordinators of New York Revolution – ordinary people, just like you.

GC hey andy

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Freedom Will Take More Than a Rifle Shot

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in The NYR Blog |

On the “shot heard around NY” day, New York Revolution visited the Middleburgh Gun Club of Schoharie County and was asked to put away their rifles.  NYR maintains that true freedom will take more than a rifle shot.–Middleburgh, New York.   January 11, 2014


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Posted by on Dec 28, 2013 in Event | 0 comments

NYR will not comply

“In a time of Tyranny, many will be enslaved. Not by shackles but by the way in which they have been taught to think. Even among the patriots there will be those affected by this disease and unknowingly fight with those who are for freedom. The hope lies in the few, the III%er. Awake to the illusions laid upon society by the tyrants, they will stand despite the demonization from the opposition and even the timid among them.”

George Curbelo (GC) III%er
New York Revolution Lead State Coordinator


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Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Event | 0 comments


By: Robin Norton



Voter apathy can be described as “lack of caring”.  In the political arena, this is very detrimental to the election system.

This “lack of caring” can be caused by people being angry or disturbed by certain issues but feel that if they did vote, their vote would not count.  However, EVERY VOTE COUNTS.

Many people do not vote because they are unsure of the actual voting process. Frequent questions are:  How do I become a registered voter?  What issues are important to me? Who do I vote for and why?  Where do I go to vote?  Once these questions are answered, people are more likely to become involved in the voting process.  

The best ways to diminish “voter apathy” is awareness and education.  The more aware and educated a person is to current issues that are important to them, the more likely they are to get out and vote. 

Many people are also unaware of just how important each vote really is. Elections can be won or lost just by a few votes.  If you truly want to make a difference, you can!

Become educated.

Become aware.

Make a difference

Get out and vote!

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