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Frank Scaturro
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Candidate for
U.S. House, New York, District 4
Bachelor'sColumbia University
J.D.University of Pennsylvania School of Law
Campaign website
Frank Scaturro is a 2012 Republican candidate seeking election to the U.S. House representing the 4th Congressional District of New York.


Scaturro is an attorney. He graduated magna cum laude with his bachelor's degree from Columbia University and earned his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. He has been an aide to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee and in the process of nominating Supreme Court Justices John Roberts and Samuel Alito.[1]


Campaign themes


According to his website, Scaturro's campaign platform includes the following issues[2]:

  • Reduce and simplify taxes
  • Reduce the role of government and insurance companies in health care
  • Expand renewable energy and domestic oil production



See also: New York's 4th congressional district elections, 2012

Scaturro is running in the 2012 election for the U.S. House, representing New York's 4th District. He sought the nomination on the Republican ticket and was defeated by Francis Becker Jr. in the June 26 Republican primary. He appears as the Conservative candidate on the ballot in the general election November 6, 2012.[3]

Becker defeated Scaturro in the Republican primary in 2010.[4] Both have hopes for a defeating McCarthy in the general election, with the redrawn district possibly being more favorable to Republicans this year.[5]

Becker has distributed flyers accusing Scaturro of secretly being an "Arlen-Specter Democrat." This criticism arises because Scaturro was an aide to the Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee, of which Specter was the chairman.[6] Scaturro, however, retorted that he is a strong Republican, and that he did not switch camps with Specter.[4]

On the issues, both candidates agree on the need to repeal Obamacare, the need to support Israel, and the need to curtail entitlement programs.[7]

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