Warren Redlich for Congress

In case no one’s figured it out yet, I’m running for Congress. With all the talk locally, no one seems to be mentioning me. Funny, since I’m the only one who has actually followed the law and filed with the Federal Election Commission.

I’m running as a supporter of the Ron Paul message. I actually endorsed Ron Paul before he announced, back in 2006 on Alan Chartock’s radio show: Clip from Chartock’s Congressional Corner.

Stay tuned to find out more.

And for a flash from the past, check out this draft of a 2004 campaign commercial:
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4 comments to Warren Redlich for Congress

  • Anonymous

    Again?!! You want to lose three times in a row? Why do that to yourself and to your family?

    I have nothing against the Republican party and wouldn’t rule out voting Republican (and have voted Republican) but you just aren’t right for the Capital Region.

    -Nick Cassaro

  • Anonymous

    What’s wrong with Warren? I imagine that the last couple losses were due to the incumbent’s name recognition and party affiliation more than anything else. How can you be disinterested in voting for a candidate that says that he wants to stop wasting money?

  • I’m from Albany and a Ron Paul supporter–so you can count on my vote! I know it’s a tough fight in Democratic-controlled Albany, but I wish you luck.

  • Thanks Martin. Please note that while Albany tends to be heavily Democrat, the district as a whole is less partisan. Pataki actually won Albany County (2-1 Dem) in 2002. Outside Albany County the rest of the district is about even or a little Republican. In total the district does have more Dems than Repubs, but the balance is less tilted than in the 20th district, where Gillibrand beat Sweeney against longer odds. NY-20 is nearly 2-1 Republican. NY-21 is more like 4-3 Democrat. And of course there are a lot of people in other parties and especially those who are not enrolled in any party.