Upon Further Review… by Tom Reynolds
New York’s 18th Congressional District race between Democrat incumbent Sean Maloney and Republican challenger Chele Farley was listed as a race to watch in the recent Firing Lines. Farley brings name recognition (she ran for the Senate against Gillibrand) and fund raising ability to that race, things that cost Republicans in recent elections in that district. But when listing candidates that had an “A” rating from SCOPE, in last week’s email to members, Farley was omitted. Since then, SCOPE has received new information and is raising Chele Farley to an “A” as a defender of the 2nd Amendment. Her opponent, Sean Maloney, remains an “F”.
In New York’ Senate District 55 race, Democrat Samra Brouk is running against Republican Christopher Missick. This race was rated a tossup in the recent Firing Lines and Missick was rated as a “?” in last week’s email to members. SCOPE has since received additional information and Christopher Missick is now rated as an “A” as a defender of the 2nd Amendment. Samra Brouk remains an “F”.