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Thomas V. Dadey

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Clough Harbour & Associates LLP

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Albany, New York,12205

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CHA is committed to providing our clients innovative solutions and customer service second to none. Our mission, simply, is to be the best in our industry - for service and for the quality and professionalism of our staff. We will be the most sought after firm...more

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David Valesky won two years ago from incumbent Nancy Larraine Hoffmann after Conservative-Independence candidate Tom Dadey took 12,000 votes in a race decided by a few hundred. Syracuse Assemblyman Jeff Brown is now running for the GOP and won't have Dadey to contend with.Republican State Senate candidate Tom Dadey is not the only one having problems with bullying from Joe Bruno's office.As Elizabeth Benjamin of the Albany Times Union blog, Capitol Confidential, reported this morning -- Santiago and Dadey are each taking the fight right to Bruno's doorstep.Tom Dadey, who one could argue cost the Republicans the 49th SD seat in 2004, is questioning whether "party bosses in Albany" had a hand in the $149,000 TV ad blitz unleashed this week by Assemblyman Jeff Brown (who's backed by Bruno to challenge Democraic Sen.Dadey said the fact that Brown is getting help from Bruno "raises questions" about his credibility and independence.Posted by Bob Fois on Wednesday, June 14, 2006 at 02:16 PM in Joe Bruno, Peter Santiago, Tom Dadey | Permalink | Comments (4) | TrackBack (0) The continued battle between Tom Dadey and Joe Bruno's State Senate Majority Campaign Committee just crossed an old line of political engagement that re-visits another legal minefield.Brown, an Republican Assemblyman nominated to run for State Senate in the 49th State Senate District, is facing a primary challenge from Tom Dadey, who ran for this seat two years ago and has endured the label of being a "spoiler" ever since.Many rejoiced when Dadey's 11 percent cost liberal Republican State Senate Nancy Larraine Hoffman her seat but his numbers on the Independence and Conservative lines were certainly good enough to measure him as the the frontrunner in this year's race.So Jeff Brown is understandably nervous and spending $150,000 on television/cable ads that Dadey is asseting his opponent can't afford.Basically, Dadey is claiming that Joe Bruno and company paid for it. Dadey claimed that the ad blitz raised fresh questions about the candidate's credibility and his ability to be independent given that Brown is "the candidate of the party bosses in Albany."Fleming spent $40,000 and won the Republican primary, so you can see why many are hopeful about Tom Dadey's chance against a State Senate Majority-backed candidate.Sources close to Dadey confirmed 1199's active involvement against his candidacy in 2004, leaving many to conclude New York Forward had illegally stick its nose in Central New York too. Posted by Bob Fois on Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at 05:13 PM in 49th State Senate District, Assemblyman Jeff Brown, Joe Bruno, Tom Dadey | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) Santiago and Tom Dadey are just two examples of legislative hopefuls standing up to the threats, often at risk or detriment to their economic welfare.Both Santiago (who expects to at least be in a Republican Primary against Reid) and Dadey (who could also challenge Republican nominee Jeff Brown in the Conservative and Independence Party primaries) will depend heavily on that legal permission slip to run in a Conservative Primary called a "Wilson-Pakula" that is bestoyed on non-Conservatives by State Conservative chair Mike Long and his State Executive committee.In choosing Dadey, the committee picked the candidate that demonstrated conservative values the most.Dadey ran unsuccessfully on the Conservative and Independent lines two years in the race won by Valesky.Dadey has won the support of Conservative committees in Oneida and Cayuga counties.But Dadey said the Independence Party didn't back Brown in either of his two races for the Assembly and he found their support for him now "curious." Curious is an understatement.Dadey's progress in this race won't be easily ignored by voters but the inside political game is expected to get complicated.The Albany Times Union blog, Capitol Confidential, reported that Dadey is "the thorn in Bruno's side" -- but News Copy is also hearing that all is not united within this Upstate insurgency against the State Senate Majority Leader's office.It seems Dadey would want to curry favor with Long, which is why eyebrows were raised at the state GOP convention when Dadey cast his vote (via proxy) for moderate Bill Weld rather than the Conservative Party's gubernatorial candidate, John Faso.It seems Dadey would want to curry favor with Long, which is why eyebrows were raised at the state GOP convention when Dadey cast his vote (via proxy) for moderate Bill Weld rather than the Conservative Party's gubernatorial candidate, John Faso.Dadey, who didn't attend the convention, gave his proxy to state GOP Chairman Stephen Minarik, knowing full well Minarik would back Weld, as well as former Yonkers Mayor John Spencer for U.S. Senate."Over the last several months, Bob Smith has done Tom Dadey no favors," said Dadey, who seemed to be channeling Bob Dole.We also still hear chants of "The Wicked Witch is Dead" whenever former State Senator Nancy Larraine Hoffman's defeat in 2004 is mentioned -- and Tom Dadey is more popular to many than Dorothy for ensuring the liberal Republican's loss.News Copy predicts a rather hard-to-call needle that may or may not be threaded on Dadey's lawsuit.The jury, literally and figuratively, could still be out for many weeks before the political damage is fully assessed.The bottom line is that Dadey is running, as is Santiago, and the two insurgents could collectively represent the two best challenges Mike Long can play in what promises to be a high stakes poker game by the second week of July.Count on Long to greenlight the Wilson-Pakula to Dadey and the big political surprise might be the ever-savvy Conservative leader allowing a "fair fight" between Santiago and Reid, though News Copy's sources have confirmed that Long might not be able to help Santiago as easily.Tom Dadey's lawsuit against the State of New York continues.Dadey works for a company that does business with State of New York -- and there is a complaint that infers someone threatened his employer -- and that those politically-related threats cost Tom Dadey his job.The lawsuit details inferences and direct intimidation of Tom Dadey before, during and after his campaign against incumbent Republican State Senator Nancy Larraine Hoffman.Dadey would lose a Republican primary to Hoffman but remained on the ballot on the Independence and Conservative party lines.Following the election, before the counting of absentee ballots, it appeared that Hoffman had lost the election to Democrat David Valesky 45-44 percent -- and Dadey had finished with 11 percent.Dadey would be warned by his employer, Chief Executive Officer of Clough, Harbour, Raymond J. Kinley, Jr., about the ramifications of his run.Most strategists observing this race readily admit that Dadey would be formidable against Valesky but there are some proud people in Joe Bruno's offices.30. On January 11, 2006, Mr. Kinley met with Mr. Dadey at Clough, Harbour's Syracuse office.31. Mr. Dadey asked what would happen if he did not provide the letter.Mr. Kinley replied that Dadey had 48 hours to give him the letter or he (Dadey) would be fired. Upon informing his employer that he would be running as a candidate in the 49th State Senate District, Tom Dadey's employment at Clough Harbour would be terminated.Posted by Bob Fois on Friday, May 26, 2006 at 05:34 AM in Joe Bruno, State Senate, State Senate Majority Leader, Tom Dadey | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) [cached]

But her challengers, Conservative candidate Tom Dadey and Democrat David Valesky, say that fresh ideas are what Albany needs right now.Hoffmann easily outpolled Dadey in the September GOP primary, even though county Republican committees in her district backed Dadey.Hoffmann said the time she's served in the Senate has taught her how to get things done, and throughout her tenure, she has advocated change in the legislative process.Working her way up through the system as the producer of a community affairs television program, a college English and journalism instructor and member of the Syracuse City Council, has contributed to her success as asenator, she said."People need to know that running for a state Senate seat isn't something I take casually," she said.As a businessman with a history of involvement in local government, Dadey said he understands the importance of Albany making appropriate decisions for businesses, local governments and taxpayers.Dadey has been a business developer at Clough, Harbour and Associates for the past six years and has served as deputy supervisor and councilman and Board of Education president in LaFayette.Several attempts to reach Dadey for this story this week and last week were unsuccessful.While campaigning for the September primary, Dadey stressed his support for across-the-board tax cuts, especially for small businesses and manufacturers.Reducing the cost of doing business in New York would create jobs and entice young people to stay in the area, he said.Dadey, during the primary, said late budgets have a tremendous impact on families and taxpayers of New York.He proposes punishing individual legislators for late budgets by cutting a day's pay for each day the budget is late.New ideas like these are what Albany needs, Dadey said."If you've been there as long as my opponent has, you get comfortable," Dadey said of Hoffmann in a previous interview, adding that he supports self-imposed term limits."The single function of the legislature is to come up with a budget," Dadey has said. [cached]

Thomas Dadey Regional Marketing Manager Clough Harbour & Associates LLP. [cached]

Nancy Larraine Hoffmann of Fabius and Tom Dadey of LaFayette in a hotly contested 49th state Senate District race. Dadey, 35, has worked as a business developer for the consulting and engineering firm Clough, Harbour and Associates.He has been deputy supervisor and councilman in the town of LaFayette. [cached]

ROME - Oneida County Republican Committee members who reside in the 49th Senatorial District unanimously voted Thursday to support newcomer Thomas Dadey over incumbent Nancy Larraine Hoffmann. Dadey then took the floor.In recent months, Dadey has received the support of Republicans in Madison, Cayuga, and Onondaga Counties."This is an important step in the future in the future of the Republican Party," Dadey said, delivering the same speech he used two weeks ago in Madison County."Are you happy with the way things are going in Albany?"Dadey asked.In his experience, he said he has heard a resounding "No" to that question.Dadey, 35, who grew up an a 100 acre farm in LaFayette, is a business development and marketing director for the engineering firm Clough, Harbour & Associates.He is a former LaFayette councilor and school board president.Thursday night, Dadey pledged to lower taxes."Thank you all for your support.We will not let you down," he said.Dadey, 35, is a business development and marketing director for the engineering firm Clough, Harbour & Associates.He is a former LaFayette councilor and school board president.At 11 a.m. on Thursday, Dadey was endorsed by the Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce."People are not happy with what's happening in the 49th district," Dadey said.Commenting on the cycle of re-electing politicians, Dadey said that, "Incumbency is powerful."Dadey commented that voters often lose trust in politicians because they, "say one thing and do another."The next step for Hoffmann and Dadey is to gather 1,000 Republican voter signatures on petitions that must be filed by Mid-July in order for the upcoming primary election.Dadey already has the backing of the Independence Party and is expected to also have the Conservative Party ballot line for the November election.

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