Carvin Backs Out of Senate Race

According to recent reports, Rye Town Supervisor has reconsidered his bid for US Senate.

Only 4 days ago, Rye Town Supervisor Joe Carvin (R) garnered the support of the Westhester County GOP in his plans to challenges US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Friday morning, however, two weeks after the initial announcement of his campaign, Carvin has had a change of heart. 

According to the Associated Press and other published reports, Carvin told a gathering of Republicans in Rochester he would not continue his bid. According to a report in the Washington Post, Carvin said he announced plans to run against Nassau County comptroller George Maragos to give vote a choice. New York City attorney Wendy Long and U.S. Rep. Bob Turner remain in the field.

Hesadrunk2 March 17, 2012 at 12:47 AM
How much did your pay rise? Car vin must have sobered up for st paddys.
Howard Deixler March 17, 2012 at 02:20 PM
That should read, "...too much time on his hands."
tedc March 17, 2012 at 02:55 PM
Great. So where are the comparable muli year sources and uses of cash for Rye Town Park? They ain't broken out like you asserted in the audited FS's boys.
Bishop Nowotnik March 18, 2012 at 04:38 PM
Hello tedc, I guess you are not satisfied by the seventeen year summary comparison of Rye Town Park financial results (1994 -2010) that are posted on the Town website here: http://townofryeny.com/ryetown/2011%20RTP%20Ops+Fin.php The 2011 Audit has not yet been completed. If you want more detail, I am quite sure you can get copies of the actual audit documents that back up this summary, from the Town, if you just ask. BTW, we have been working very closely with the Rye Citizens Finance Committee. Perhaps you want to have a conversation with them as to how the Carvin administration has been doing?
tedc March 19, 2012 at 07:27 PM
Righty-o Bishop. That sure is a nice non cash GAAP basis summary spreadsheet. Problem is, RTP keeps coming to Rye City for cash. And we’ve been apparently lied to here in “the City” yet again in that this annual RTP cash call was to drop off to nothing (2010 speeches) and then again (2011 speeches) – all as a result each time of “superior management” AKA higher fees, better internal cash controls and less overall spending. So, again, if your auditors released supplemental “sources and uses of funds” analyses and they’re online I couldn’t find them. And maybe since you’ve offered only accrual based GAAP summaries by reporting period – perhaps you don’t release them? But where I come from cash is king and everyone else can take the Route 76 bus to Milton Point.


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