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Frank Vernuccio

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Frank Vernuccio
Candidate for
New York State Senate, District 34

Political party Republican
Profession Attorney
Website Campaign Site
Frank Vernuccio was a Republican candidate for District 34 of the New York State Senate. The primary election was on September 14, 2010, and the general election was on November 2.



See also: New York State Senate elections, 2010

Vernuccio ran unopposed in the September 14 Republican primary. Vernuccio was defeated by incumbent Jeffrey Klein (D) in the general election on November 2.[1] Vernuccio ran as a member of the Republican and Conservative party.

State legislative candidates endorsed by Tea Party organizations


Campaign themes

Vernuccio's campaign website lists several key priorities:

  • Cut taxes immediately
  • Cut wasteful spending, balance the budget, and make government lean and efficient
  • Reduce the size of government
  • Make New York business friendly -- create jobs, jobs, jobs by encouraging employers to move into and stay in NY!
  • Lower utility costs
  • End official tolerance for illegal immigration in our state
  • Make state government open, honest and accountable
  • Eliminate the cap on charter schools & make NY's public schools the best in the nation
  • Establish tuition tax credits
  • Be accessible to you the voters -- end “pay for play” politics -- no excuses!
  • Protect your health care
  • End government funding for partial birth abortion immediately
  • Protect New Yorkers from crime and terrorism
  • Protect 2nd Amendment and all your rights as citizens


  • B.A., Fordham University
  • J.D., Hofstra Law School[2]

Professional experience

  • Coomunity Action Civic Association Inc., June 2008 to Present
  • NYS Workers' Compensation Board, February 2002 to June 2008
  • Bronx Borough President
  • Prentice Hall Publishing, Editor of Legal/Legislative Affairs[2]

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