Fitzpatrick tops Conservative Party scorecard

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  Coming as no surprise, Assemb. Michael Fitzpatrick (R-St. James) tied for the highest score on the Conservative Party report card issued Monday.

   Fitzpatrick scored 90 out of a possible 100, supporting Conservative Party positions to slightly increase the state budget, create a less lucrative set of pension benefits for new state employees and oppose a tax hike on those who earn $2 million or more annually.

  Here’s a look at the scores for the Long Island delegation: 

Assembly

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Philip Boyle (R-Bay Shore) - 70

James Conte (R-Huntington Station) -  (missed most votes)

Brian Curran (R-Lynbrook) - 75

Steven Englebright (D-Setauket) - 35

Michael Fitzpatrick (R-St. James) – 90

Alfred Graf (R-Holbrook) - 60

Earlene Hooper (D-Hempstead) - 40

Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) - 35

Daniel Losquadro (R-Shoreham) - 85

David McDonough (R-Merrick) - 75

Thomas McKevitt (R-East Meadow) - 75

Michael Montesano (R-Glen Head)  - 80

Dean Murray (R-East Patchogue) - 75

Edward Ra (R-Franklin Square) - 75

Andrew Raia (R-East Northport) - 80

Philip Ramos (D-Brentwood) - 30

Joseph Saladino (R-Massapequa) - 80

Michelle Schimel (D-Great Neck) - 35

Robert Sweeney (D-Lindenhurst) - 35

Fred Thiele Jr. (I-Sag Harbor) - 40

Harvey Weisenberg (D-Long Beach) - 35

 

Senate

John Flanagan (R-East Northport) - 85

Charles Fuschillo Jr. (R-Merrick) - 85

Kemp Hannon (R-Garden City) -70

Owen Johnson (R-West Babylon) - 80

Kenneth LaValle (R-Port Jefferson) - 80

Carl Marcellino (R-Syosset) - 85

Jack Martins (R-Mineola) - 80

Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre) - 85

Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) - 85

For  a list of the scores and the bills that were evaluated by the Conservatives, go to http://www.cpnys.org/node/63. and scroll down to the 2012 report card. 

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