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The two agreed on many issues. Tyner made opposition to hydrofracking -- a controversial method of oil and natural gas recovery -- a main theme of his campaign, but Schreibman also said he opposes the technique "100%."<ref name="ro">[http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120618/NEWS/120619781/-1/SITEMAP ''Record Online'' "Schreibman, Tyner face off in debate for 19th Congressional District," June 18, 2012]</ref> Both candidates also have said they will not be yes-men for President Barack Obama.<ref name="ro"/> And each had the similar goal of protecting Social Security.<ref name="rrr"/> On health care, there was some differentiation, as Tyner called for a single-payer system, while Schreibman supported "universal access to health care" and favored the health care legislation already passed and known as "Obamacare."<ref name="wp"/>
 
The two agreed on many issues. Tyner made opposition to hydrofracking -- a controversial method of oil and natural gas recovery -- a main theme of his campaign, but Schreibman also said he opposes the technique "100%."<ref name="ro">[http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120618/NEWS/120619781/-1/SITEMAP ''Record Online'' "Schreibman, Tyner face off in debate for 19th Congressional District," June 18, 2012]</ref> Both candidates also have said they will not be yes-men for President Barack Obama.<ref name="ro"/> And each had the similar goal of protecting Social Security.<ref name="rrr"/> On health care, there was some differentiation, as Tyner called for a single-payer system, while Schreibman supported "universal access to health care" and favored the health care legislation already passed and known as "Obamacare."<ref name="wp"/>
  
Schreibman has been endorsed by retiring Representative [[Maurice Hinchey]],<ref name="rrr"/> and argued that he was the more electable candidate<ref name="wp">[http://www.watershedpost.com/2012/congressional-candidates-schreibman-and-tyner-face-debate ''Watershed Post'' "Congressional candidates Schreibman and Tyner face off in debate," June 19, 2012]</ref> in the Republican-leaning district.<ref>[http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/category/2012-house/ ''Sabato Crystal Ball'' "2012 House Ratings," June 13, 2012]</ref> He also said he has a greater fundraising capability, which would help battle "an avalanche of unregulated corporate money" in the general election.<ref name="jj">[http://www.dailyfreeman.com/articles/2012/06/19/news/doc4fdfbc55dff74501111800.txt ''Hudson Valley Daily Freeman'' "Democratic congressional candidates Julian Schreibman, Joel Tyner square off in debate (videos)," June 19, 2012]</ref>
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Schreibman was endorsed by retiring Representative [[Maurice Hinchey]],<ref name="rrr"/> and argued that he was the more electable candidate<ref name="wp">[http://www.watershedpost.com/2012/congressional-candidates-schreibman-and-tyner-face-debate ''Watershed Post'' "Congressional candidates Schreibman and Tyner face off in debate," June 19, 2012]</ref> in the Republican-leaning district.<ref>[http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/category/2012-house/ ''Sabato Crystal Ball'' "2012 House Ratings," June 13, 2012]</ref> He also said he has a greater fundraising capability, which would help battle "an avalanche of unregulated corporate money" in the general election.<ref name="jj">[http://www.dailyfreeman.com/articles/2012/06/19/news/doc4fdfbc55dff74501111800.txt ''Hudson Valley Daily Freeman'' "Democratic congressional candidates Julian Schreibman, Joel Tyner square off in debate (videos)," June 19, 2012]</ref>
  
 
But Tyner was quick to criticize the sources of Schreibman's campaign contributions as coming from "investors."<ref name="ro"/> He also highlighted his own history of being elected to his county seat despite being in a heavily Republican area, while Schreibman's stint as county Democratic chairman saw party losses in the state Legislature.<ref name="jj"/>
 
But Tyner was quick to criticize the sources of Schreibman's campaign contributions as coming from "investors."<ref name="ro"/> He also highlighted his own history of being elected to his county seat despite being in a heavily Republican area, while Schreibman's stint as county Democratic chairman saw party losses in the state Legislature.<ref name="jj"/>
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Joel Tyner
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Joel Tyner was a 2012 Democratic candidate seeking election to the U.S. House representing the 19th Congressional District of New York. He lost in the primary.[1]

Tyner is a Dutchess County legislator.[2]

Elections

2012

See also: New York's 19th congressional district elections, 2012

Tyner ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House, representing New York's 19th District. He sought the nomination on the Democratic ticket[3] and lost to former federal prosecutor Julian Schreibman in the June 26 Democratic primary.[1][2]

The two agreed on many issues. Tyner made opposition to hydrofracking -- a controversial method of oil and natural gas recovery -- a main theme of his campaign, but Schreibman also said he opposes the technique "100%."[4] Both candidates also have said they will not be yes-men for President Barack Obama.[4] And each had the similar goal of protecting Social Security.[2] On health care, there was some differentiation, as Tyner called for a single-payer system, while Schreibman supported "universal access to health care" and favored the health care legislation already passed and known as "Obamacare."[5]

Schreibman was endorsed by retiring Representative Maurice Hinchey,[2] and argued that he was the more electable candidate[5] in the Republican-leaning district.[6] He also said he has a greater fundraising capability, which would help battle "an avalanche of unregulated corporate money" in the general election.[7]

But Tyner was quick to criticize the sources of Schreibman's campaign contributions as coming from "investors."[4] He also highlighted his own history of being elected to his county seat despite being in a heavily Republican area, while Schreibman's stint as county Democratic chairman saw party losses in the state Legislature.[7]

U.S. House, New York District 19 Democratic Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngJulian Schreibman 58.8% 5,987
Joel Tyner 41.2% 4,191
Total Votes 10,178

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