Crossroads Admits NY-26 Matters

Jane Corwin
Republican candidate for the 26th District Congressional seat Jane Corwin votes in Clarence, N.Y., Tuesday, May 24, 2011. (AP Photo/David Duprey)

American Crossroads President and CEO Steven Law calls election a “wake-up call” for 2012.

Republicans wonder whether they should rethink Medicare.

American Crossroads Statement on Special Election in New York’s 26th Congressional District

WASHINGTON — Today, the conservative organization American Crossroads released the statement below from its president and CEO Steven Law, on the outcome of the special election in New York’s 26th congressional district:

“Republican Jane Corwin gave it her all in a very tough special election today.The debate over whether Medicare mattered more than a third-party candidate who split the Republican vote is mostly a partisan Rorschach Test.  What is clear is that this election is a wake-up call for anyone who thinks that 2012 will be just like 2010.  It’s going to be a tougher environment, Democrats will be more competitive, and we need to play at the top of our game to win big next year.”

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