11 Jul
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Niehaus to Run Again in 2012

Republican Congressional candidate Paul Niehaus to be 2012 nominee for GOP, reports the New York Daily News.

Manhattan Republicans will gather tonight to name attorney Paul Niehaus as their candidate for the Upper East Side seat recently vacated by Democrat Jonathan Bing, who was appointed superintendent of the New York Liquidation Bureau by Gov. Cuomo.

Continues the article,

Manhattan GOP chairman Daniel Isaacs said Niehaus will be “an excellent candidate,” because he’s more experienced and better known than when he took on Bing. Manhattan Republicans will do their best to help fund the Niehaus campaign, he said.

Mr. Niehaus ran a promising, enthusiastic, and energetic campaign in 2010 against Assemblyman Bing, garnering 31% of the vote.  The NYYRC congratulates Mr. Niehaus on his decision to once again challenge the prevailing Democrat lock in Manhattan.

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