Zeldin unseats longtime incumbent Bishop

Two-time state Sen. Lee Zeldin unseated longtime incumbent Congressman Tim Bishop in the hotly contested 1st Congressional District race. Zeldin told a crowd of supporters last night that Washington

News 12 Staff

Nov 5, 2014, 6:32 PM

Updated 3,489 days ago

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Zeldin unseats longtime incumbent Bishop
Two-time state Sen. Lee Zeldin unseated longtime incumbent Congressman Tim Bishop in the hotly contested 1st Congressional District race.
Zeldin told a crowd of supporters last night that Washington can't change unless we change who we send to represent us.
Congressman Bishop says he believes for many people it was a chance to vote against President Obama and his policies. But he says he's proud of all that he's done for the people of Long Island.
Zeldin says he begins congressional orientation next week. He says he's looking forward to creating good paying jobs, improving our education system, and repealing and replacing Obama's health care plan.


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