Score one more hostile State-level takeover...for the bad guy.
With all the tell-tale delusionalism that goes with it:
The small-but-influential New York Conservative Party is now poised to give its all-important third line on the Empire State election ballot to Donald Trump, its State chairman revealed to Newsmax on Saturday.
"We're overwhelming[ly] for Trump," said Conservative State Chairman Mike Long. He added that the endorsement will be officially made in September by the party’s 287-member State committee.
Although New York last went for a Republican presidential candidate in 1984, there are signs that Trump could actually put its twenty-nine electoral votes in the GOP column.
|Poll||Date||Sample||MoE||Clinton (D)||Trump (R)||Spread|
|RCP Average||3/22 - 4/27||--||--||55.5||33.8||Clinton +21.7|
|Siena||4/24 - 4/27||802 RV||4.1||56||30||Clinton +26|
|Emerson||4/15 - 4/17||1047 LV||3.0||55||36||Clinton +19|
|PPP (D)||4/7 - 4/10||1403 RV||2.6||55||35||Clinton +20|
|NBC/WSJ/Marist||4/6 - 4/10||1987 RV||2.2||61||32||Clinton +29|
|FOX News||4/4 - 4/7||1403 LV||2.5||53||37||Clinton +16|
|Quinnipiac||3/22 - 3/29||1667 LV||2.4||53||33||Clinton +20|
Ditto this wishcasting:
"And our endorsement can be helpful to Trump across the nation," Long told us. Noting that Trump "is having some trouble with other conservatives nationwide. Having our seal of approval could possibly bring some of those who are undecided onto the 'Trump train.'"
....no. At least unless Mike Long can regale us with the New York Conservative Party's exploits as the crucial factor in the elections of President Dole, President McCain, and President Romney. All of whom were vastly more conservative and trustworthy than Donald Trump.
Seriously, you and your pals need some serious couch time, Mike. That would be time much better spent than what you've just put on your six month daytimer.