FIGHT LIKE HELL
FIGHT LIKE HELL
Fighting for a better Western New York
My name is Nate McMurray and I’m running for Congress in NY’s 27th District. I’m fighting for families like the one I grew up in—good people, struggling to get by in a system that cares less and less about what matters to them. Western New York needs better roads. We need more jobs. We need better healthcare and we need to make sure that the social security that you earned is kept safe—forever.
Facebook\GraphNodes\GraphNode Object ( [items:protected] => Array ( [created_time] => DateTime Object ( [date] => 2020-09-19 03:40:22.000000 [timezone_type] => 1 [timezone] => +00:00 ) [message] => Here is a list of four Republicans senators who have said they will oppose a vote before the election. Keep them to it! Maine Sen. Susan Collins told the New York Times, “I think that’s too close, I really do." Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski in September said, "Fair is fair," and she would not vote to replace RBG before the election. South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham in October 2018 said, "If an opening comes in the last year of President Trump's term, and the primary process has started, we'll wait to the next election. And I've got a pretty good chance of being the Judiciary [Chairman]. Hold the tape." Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley said in July he would follow the Biden rule, "I'm just following what was established by the Biden Rule in 1986 and then emphasized by him in 1992... They set the pattern. I didn't set the pattern. But it was very legitimate that you can't have one rule for Democratic presidents and another rule for Republican presidents." [id] => 971463449533074_3636820619663997 ) ) 1600486822
Putting NY-27 priorities first
As a public servant, there is nothing I value more than the trust of my constituents. For the 7 years that my predecessor was in office, we lost a voice in Washington D.C. We lost a voice because the representative in that seat cared more about enriching himself than about enriching our community. And as he enriched himself, District 27 lost jobs, lost farms, lost infrastructure and lost hope in the electoral process.