Release: Reed Receives Seneca County Republican Committee Endorsement

Corning – The Seneca County Republican Party today announced its endorsement of Tom Reed in his bid for reelection in New York’s 23rd Congressional district. “Tom has always stood on the right side of the issues and is constantly working to create jobs and reduce the national debt – he really represents the heart of our area in Western New York. … Read More

Release: Robertson Defends Obamacare

Corning – Tom Reed’s campaign today called on Martha Robertson to explain her support of the Affordable Care Act and recent statements she made blaming Republicans for “actively sabotaging” the Affordable Care Act through insufficient funding for the healthcare.gov website. Conservative cost estimates of the website come in around $150 million, with GAO citing costs at $350 million. Cost of … Read More

Release: Fighting for the Future

Fighting for the Future: Reed Says Jobs Matter Most Holds press conferences in Elmira, Geneva, Olean & Jamestown to kick-off 2014 Campaign Corning – Congressman Tom Reed formally announced that he will be a candidate for Congress in the 2014 Congressional election. With a focus on jobs, Reed pledged to continue fighting for the future and working to ensure the … Read More

GOP files complaint against Robertson for code violation

Posted: March 5, 2014 by Jim Miller, Finger Lakes Times Republicans say Democratic congressional candidate Martha Robertson violated state election codes when, in a fundraising email, she claimed that her website had been hacked. Robertson is running against incumbent Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, in the 23rd Congressional District. Last week, the Tompkins County Republican Party filed a complaint with the state … Read More

Democratic candidate uses unproven hacking claim to raise funds

Posted by Jerry Zremski, Buffalo News on March 1, 2014 4:12pm Five months after Democratic congressional candidate Martha Robertson raised big bucks off an unproven claim that Republicans tried hacking her website, GOP operatives are accusing her of fraud. Tompkins County Republican Chairman James Drader last week filed a complaint with the state Board of Elections about Robertson’s Sept. 30 fundraising email, … Read More

Release: Reed Receives Tompkins County Republican Committee Endorsement

Corning -The Tompkins County Republican Party today announced its endorsement of Tom Reed in his bid for reelection in New York’s 23rd Congressional district. “We are very pleased to announce today that the Tompkins County Republican Committee officially endorses Tom Reed for Congress,” said Chairman James Strader. “We are confident that Tom Reed will continue fighting for jobs and much needed … Read More

Release: Reed Receives US Chamber of Commerce Endorsement

CORNING- Congressional Candidate Tom Reed today announced the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation for organizations of every size. Supporting a pro-business mindset and working diligently to represent the interests of businesses small and large, the Chamber recognizes lawmakers that fight for sustained economic growth and help create … Read More

Reed signs anti-SAFE Act pledge

OVID — Rep. Tom Reed on Sunday became the first 2014 New York state candidate to sign an anti-SAFE Act pledge. The Shooters Committee on Political Action (SCOPE) prepared the pledge, which Reed signed after addressing the United Gun Owners of New York at the South Seneca Sportsmen’s Club. The pledge calls for the repeal of the SAFE Act, a … Read More

Release: Reed Becomes First 2014 New York Candidate to Sign Anti Safe Act Pledge

Corning – Tom Reed’s campaign today announced that Reed has become the first candidate in New York to sign the Shooters Committee on Political Education (SCOPE) anti-SAFE Act pledge to publically support the repeal of the New York SAFE Act and oppose any similar gun-ban legislation at the federal level. Reed pictured with SCOPE President Steve Aldstadt Reed joined the … Read More

Administration Signaling Flawed System

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 13, 2014 Contact: Katherine Pudwill (607) 684-6262 (o) Administration Signaling Flawed System Corning – Just three days after the Administration announced the second delay for the Obamacare business mandate, democrats across the country are running from their support of the law. Beginning with the disastrous rollout of the online marketplace, the wave of policy cancellations and … Read More