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They are going state by state trying to certify spots on the ballot – and investing millions of dollars.
This summer they will do an online convention where they will pick a candidate for president, and a vice presidential candidate from a differing party.
Staten Island resident Frank Morano, who is a long time supporter of Golisano, sent out a letter today urging people to go onto the Americans Elect website and sign the petition supporting the former candidate for NY Governor. Americans Elect is pushing to be on the ballot in all 50 states.
Last month, their Chief Operating Officer was on Capital Tonight and explained the process.
As for the Republican National Convention, he said so far he’s been impressed. I’ve found it very interesting, very entertaining and I think there’s an enlivened spirit I’ve seen the last few days,” Golisano said.
Golisano, who is now primarily living in Florida and apparently is no longer interested in New York politics, is pumping an undisclosed amount of cash into this effort.Earlier this week, it was revealed that Paychex founder and former Buffalo Sabres owner Tom Golisano has pledged million toward the construction of a new downtown performing arts center.Rochester Broadway Theater League chairman Arnie Rothschild said the pledge was actually part of RBTL’s proposal in September, but Golisano’s identity had been concealed up to this point. Rothschild sat down with Spectrum News anchor Casey Bortnick yesterday to talk more about where things go from here.(I’ll be asking him that for tonight’s show, but knowing Golisano, I’m probably not going to get much of an answer. …That would be Democratic gubernatorial frontrunner Andrew Cuomo and erstwhile gubernatorial candidate Tom Golisano, who has been quietly advising his fellow WNYer, Carl Paladino, in his quest to defeat the AG in the fight for the state’s top post this fall.He reportedly sold the Sabres for between 5 million and 0 million). A source close to Cuomo confirmed the AG met privately with Golisano during the Clinton Global Initiative in Manhattan late last month.