Sunday, November 1, 2009

Scozzafava's Future

After controversy arose today regarding Dede Scozzafava's ability to be an effective leader in the New York State Republican Assembly Caucus, we have just now learned that Scozzafava will be announcing her resignation from the NYS Assembly on Wednesday morning.

Scozzafava, who is has been hampered by Republican critics of all stripes for weeks during her bid to replace Congressman John McHugh in the 23rd congressional district, is reportedly considering two different offers put on the table by the Obama Administration. Those offers we have been told are: 1) to assist Czar Kevin Jennings with the Safe and Drug Free Schools Initiative and 2) to liaison between foreign governments and the U.S. Departments of Labor and Commerce over pending international climate change negotiations.

Stay tuned for more details and updates as we learn more on this development. Unfortunately, right now we do not have additional information on when this offer will be made public, or whether Dede would accept either offer.

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