Nov 02, 2010  |  MikeBloomberg.com

Reasonable. Centrist. Moderate. Independent. Competent. Those are more than buzz words – they’re what Mike Bloomberg looks for in a candidate he decides to endorse. The traditional criteria don’t apply. Mike doesn’t care what party you belong to (as an independent, Mike’s not a member of any political party).

Below is a list of candidates Mike Bloomberg has endorsed this election cycle. If you care about independent, centrist, results-oriented leaders, please consider supporting these great candidates on November 2nd.

Candidates for U.S. Senate

Harry Reid (Nevada)
Mark Kirk (Illinois)
Michael Bennet (Colorado)
Joe Sestak (Pennsylvania)

Candidates for U.S. House of Representatives

Peter King (New York)
Carolyn McCarthy (New York)
Michael McMahon (New York)
David Cicilline (Rhode Island)
Nita Lowey (New York)
Steve Israel (New York)
Gary Ackerman (New York)

Candidates for Governor & Statewide Races

Andrew Cuomo (New York)
Tom Barrett (Wisconsin)
John Hickenlooper (Colorado)
Meg Whitman (California)
Lincoln Chaffee (Rhode Island)
Martin O'Malley (Maryland)
Gavin Newsom (California)

Candidates running in New York State Races

Harry Wilson
Dan Donovan
Frank Padavan
Craig Johnson
Adriano Espaillat
Guillermo Linares
Jonathan Bing
Sam Hoyt
Liz Krueger
Francisco Moya
Bob Cohen

Ballot Initiatives

Florida Ballot Measures 5 & 6 (Non-Partisan Redistricting)
San Francisco Proposition 1 (Weekend Voting)

 


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