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The United States Representative for New York's 9th congressional district which straddles parts of Brooklyn and Queens, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Robert L. "Bob" Turner (born May 2, 1941) is the United States Representative for New York's 9th congressional district which straddles parts of Brooklyn and Queens. He is a member of the Republican Party, holding his first public office. He was elected in September 2011 to complete the term of Democrat Anthony Weiner who had resigned amid a sexting scandal. A conservative, Turner has been described as the polar opposite of his predecessor, Weiner. Previously, Turner was a media executive noted for his success in the television talk show segment of the industry. Six years after retiring from his business career, he entered politics to run against Weiner in the November 2010 election—losing, but garnering a significant 39 percent of the vote in the largely Democratic ...
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Congressman Bob Turner Has Mayor Bloomberg’s Back


Mayor Bloomberg has taken a lot of heat from elected officials for his raid on the Occupy Wall Street protest encampment in Zuccotti Park Tuesday, but at least one New York lawmaker thinks he did a bang up job. Republican Congressman Bob Turner released a statement yesterday applauding the Mayor for clearing the protesters from the park. “As a member of Congress and lifelong New Yorker, I would like to commend Mayor Bloomberg for standing up for the residents and small business owners who live and work around Zuccotti Park. I am a firm believer in the First Amendment and support giving ...


Turner Encourages Boehner And Cantor to ‘Continue Fighting’


... Payroll Tax Cut Bill Congressional Republican leaders are taking a lot of heat for their their rejection of the payroll tax cut extension passed by the Senate, but one person is encouraging Speaker of the House John Boehner and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor to stick to their guns–Queens Congressman Bob Turner. In a letter to Speaker Boehner and Congressman Cantor today, Congressman Turner told them to keep fighting the good fight. “I am writing you today to ask you to continue fighting for the one year extension of the payroll tax holiday, and to convince the Senate that ...


Call Him Congressman: Turner Is Sworn In


During his campaign for office, Bob Turner preferred to describe himself as a citizen candidate and businessman. Now he can call himself something else: a congressman. Two days after his victory in a special election in New York’s Ninth District, Mr. Turner was officially sworn in Thursday on the floor of the House. His arrival at the United States Capitol capped a highly improbable political ascent that has stunned the political world and raised new questions about President Obama’s political standing. House Speaker John A. Boehner swore in Mr. Turner, a Republican, just before ...


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Republicans are hoping to seize on unhappiness among some Jewish voters over the president’s treatment of Israel.
Israel and New York’s Ninth District
No political win, or loss, here alters the fact that a peace deal is in Israel’s best interest.
Bob Turner, on Way to Congress, Speaks of Staying There
Bob Turner, who was to be sworn in as a 70-year-old Congressional freshman on Thursday, said he planned to fight to remain in Washington.
Bob Turner Wins Anthony Weiner’s House Seat
Bob Turner, a retired cable executive, channeled discontent with President Obama into an upset and won the New York City district last represented by Anthony D. Weiner.



 
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