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June 28, 2016 — New York Federal Primary Election
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Representative, District 22U.S. House of Representatives — Reform PartyJune 28, 2016New York Federal Primary Election

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June 28, 2016New York Federal Primary Election

U.S. House of RepresentativesRepresentative, District 22 — Reform Party

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An opportunity to ballot (OTB) petition was filed in this district.

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About this office

Representatives are elected to two-year terms to represent the people of a specific congressional district in the federal government. They introduce and vote on new laws, hold hearings, and are responsible for approving federal taxes.
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Attorney & Businessperson
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Profession:Attorney & Businessperson
Foreign Correspondent, Consulate General of Yugoslavia (not availanot availa)
Owner & Legal Counsel, Mid-York Press, Inc. (not availacurrent)
Founder & Corporate Counsel, Tenney Media Group (1997current)
Member, New York State Assembly — Elected position (2010current)
Chief of Staff & Legal Counsel, New York State Assembly (20032009)
University of Cincinnati College of Law J.D. (1987)
Colgate University B.A. (1983)
Total money raised: $989,423

Below are the top contributors that gave money to support the candidate(s).

1
Barry R. Feerst & Associates
$18,900
2
Fast Food Systems
$10,800
3
BOLTON FOR AMERICA PAC
$10,000
3
Buhl, Gary R
$10,000
3
Dedman, Rachel R
$10,000
3
Jobs, Economy and Budget Fund (Jeb Fund)
$10,000
3
Majority Committee PAC (MCPAC)
$10,000
3
National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS)
$10,000
3
Susan B. Anthony List
$10,000
3
Value in Electing Women
$10,000

By State:

New York 46.38%
District of Columbia 12.36%
Virginia 9.02%
Texas 3.93%
Other 28.31%
46.38%12.36%9.02%28.31%

By Size:

Large contributions (93.11%)
Small contributions (6.89%)
93.11%

By Type:

From organizations (36.74%)
From individuals (63.26%)
36.74%63.26%
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the Federal Election Commission.

Additional Info

Claudia Tenney is also running on the Republican and Conservative lines.

She is running against Steven M. Wells and George K. Phillips in the Republican primary. Since no other candidates made it onto the Conservative party ballot, that party will not hold a primary election for this office.

Only voters registered as Republican may vote in the Republican primary; only those registered with the Reform party may vote in the Reform primary.

An opportunity to ballot (OTB) petition was filed in this district.

Voters can either vote for the listed candidate or write in the name of an alternative candidate.

An Opportunity-to-Ballot (OTB) petition was filed for this contest. In the state of New York, if fewer than two candidates file petitions for a party's primary in a particular contest, then that party will not hold a primary unless an OTB petition is filed. An OTB petition forces a primary, allowing voters to write in the name of any candidate of their choosing. The candidate who receives the most votes will move on to the general election.

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