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Orange County Conservative Party
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DeLessio elected to 6th term as ...
DeLessio elected to 6th term as leader of Orange County Conservatives
GOSHEN - Orange County Conservative Party Chairman John DeLessio has completed five two-year terms in that role and has just been re-elected to a sixth term.
party has gained a few percentage points in enrollment, and noted that traditionally, local Republican candidates that they endorse win with their support.
"The Conservatives and Tea Party are usually on the same page so I think we are okay, but people have to pay attention for what it is they are voting for," he
believes their candidates will win, including county executive hopeful Steven Neuhaus.
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His announcement was greeted with a strong round of applause from a crowd that included John DeLessio, Orange County Conservative Party chairman, Langdon Chapman, Orange County Independence Party chairman, and representatives from local and state Fraternal Order of Police, Middletown and Newburgh firefighters, CSEA, COBA, Port Jervis and Deerpark Police, retired NYC firefighters, and the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Hudson Valley News story
The Orange County Conservative Committee has re-elected its chairman, John DeLessio.
said the candidates running on the Conservative line "usually win, which is why the endorsement is so sought after."
Re-elect Sheriff Carl DuBois
County Conservative Chairman John DeLessio said the members felt DuBois was best for the job.
said Bigger's problems that were highlighted in a highly critical report last year were part of the discussion of the committee.
NEWBURGH - Orange County ...
NEWBURGH - Orange County Conservative Party Chairman John DeLessio has announced his support for Republican Rick Lazio for governor.
DeLessio said Lazio is the right person for the job and has already had a try at a statewide office.
"I thought he
ran a good campaign for senator when he
ran against Hillary Clinton.
That was a tough, tough race and probably at that particular year, nobody could have won.
But, I think he
is now he
is a better candidate and the message is crystal clear and it's a good year for him," said DeLessio
However, with many Democrats losing to Republican challengers last fall, and in particular, the special Massachusetts Senate race last month, DeLessio
said there could be a continuation of that trend with Lazio in November.