The Washington Times - February 2, 2010, 12:43PM


The New York State Conservative Party is getting behind CNBC host Larry Kudlow to run against Senator Chuck Schumer (D - NY) in the 2010 mid term elections. Here is CPNYS release on the party’s support of Mr. Kudlow.:

 “The New York State Conservative Party’s Executive Committee, met on Monday afternoon, and by unanimous vote passed a resolution urging financial expert, Larry Kudlow, to run for the United States Senate.  

Citing Mr. Kudlow’s financial expertise and his understanding of the immediate impact that the current out of control spending is having on families and small businesses, as well as the lasting long term effects the federal budget deficit will have on our Nation, the Members of the State Executive Committee believe that all New Yorker’s will be better served with his fiscal insight standing firm for us in the United States Senate.
Senator Schumer is out of touch with New Yorkers; his vision of big government is wrong and is being rejected by the people who are forced to pay for his big government programs.
Larry Kudlow has been the voice of fiscal sanity on CNBC and it is now time for him to be our voice in Washington, D. C.”

Getting the support of New York’s Conservative Party is key for any GOP candidate in the state. It signals that the CPNYS will more than likely not run a third party candidate against the GOP, should the NY State Republicans Party goes with Conservative Party choice.