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Topic - Matt Doheny
The two Republican primary candidates in the sprawling 21st Congressional District agreed on many issues, but continued to spar over their roots in northern New York during a debate Tuesday.
Doug Hoffman has gone from "tea party" pioneer to "tea party" outcast in less than a year.
"There's only one candidate with a SuperPac coming in for them," he said, referring to Stefanik and "Washington insiders."
Doheny said he would have voted against the measure in the House, saying he's against "votes that have no meaning.