By TEMPLE LI
New York’s 18th District congressional race is heating up, partially, by revisiting a snowball fight. This past winter, the current 18th District congressman, Sean Maloney (D-Cold Spring), got into a snowball fight in New Hampshire. Seems like good, kid fun. But, Maloney’s Republican foe, Westchester’s Phil Oliva, sees it otherwise.
A press release from the Oliva campaign, provides:
“Maloney missed a vote on Feb. 9th to designate the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero a national memorial. He missed the vote to campaign in New Hampshire for Hillary Clinton, and got into a snowball fight at the same time the 9/11 Memorial vote was occurring.”
Oliva also ripped Maloney for a Congress house floor “sit in”, with the press release proclaiming:
“On June 22nd, Maloney staged a ‘sit-in’ protest on the floor of the House of Representatives to demand more gun control laws. Maloney called the stunt ‘the best day I’ve had in congress.’”
Oliva, annoyed with the snowballing and booty-to-the-ground Maloney antics, says, according to his release, that he “would eschew the political games as congressman and focus on getting results for the residents of the 18th district, and getting America back on the right track.”
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