STATE SENATE CANDIDATE ALBERT BALDEO GETS SUPPORT FROM FORMER US SENATOR & MAJORITY LEADER TOM DASCHLE

"CONTINUE TO STAND UP FOR DEMOCRACY, OUR FAMILIES & THOSE QUALITIES & VALUES WHICH MAKE AMERICA GREAT!"

Former US Senate Majority Leader and possible US Presidential candidate Hon. Tom Daschle, encourages State Senate candidate and Community Advocate Albert Baldeo to continue to fight for our community, our schools and our families. "Albert is making the sacrifice for all of you in his community, democrats and republicans alike. He is trying to help us democrats win back the senate majority in New York, just like what we are trying to do in Washington on the congressional level, so that all across America, everyone can live the American dream and get better jobs, wages, health care, housing, lower taxes, our kids a better education, and our seniors a better life! I compliment his courage to run against Republican county leader Maltese, and you must give him every support!" the longtime U.S. Senator from South Dakota said. 

Baldeo recently filed 4,000 signatures-about 800 more than his opponent, in a bid to unseat Senator Serf Maltese, who has held the office since 1988. Maltese last faced a candidate in 1994. Baldeo has condemned the Republican County leader's present attempt to legalize racial profiling in the state, his cruel under funding of education, rising taxes, spiraling health care costs and other quality of life issues. "Maltese has lost touch with his constituents, and it is time for him to step down in favor of a candidate who has the community, our kids and our future as the top priority. As a parent, I will ensure that our kids get more science and computer labs, smaller class sizes, certified teachers, more text books and after schools programs, and that more jobs and better wages are brought to our community," Baldeo said.

"We should not allow our communities to become the personal kingdoms of any politician, built on the backs of deprived working constituents who are suffocating from high taxes, and that is why I am stepping up to the plate for our community," Baldeo declared. "That is not what the American dream is about. The fact that I got more signatures than him sends a strong message to him that our community is ready for change," Baldeo concluded.

 
   
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