Monday, June 14, 2010

Wilson nominated as Republican candidate for comptroller


Manhattan, New York...June 1, 2010 - On Day 1 of the New York Republican Party Convention, by a unanimous voice vote, Harry Wilson became the Party's nominee for Comptroller to face off against the unelected Democrat incumbent, Thomas DiNapoli.

"Our party is incredibly lucky to have found someone so well equipped to tackle the widespread and fundamental problems facing our State Government in New York," said Republican Party Chairman Ed Cox. "Harry is uniquely qualified for this position, given his personal, professional, and public service experience to date. Moreover, the unelected DiNapoli has continued to serve as Sheldon Silver's lap dog and done nothing to stop Democrats in Albany from bankrupting the state."

"My Democrat opponent is the wholly-owned candidate of State Street, not Main Street," said newly nominated candidate for Comptroller, Harry Wilson. "The legislature wanted a lapdog, not a watchdog, and boy did they get one."

To learn more about Harry Wilson, please visit his official candidate website at


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