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American businessman, Republican nominee for the Governor of New York

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Carl Pasquale Paladino is best known for serving as Chief Executive Officer of Ellicott Development Company, a real estate development company he founded in 1973. Paladino has won the Republican nomination as a candidate for governor of New York. His candidacy has been supported by the Tea Party movement.

Carl Paladino Info

Birth nameCarl Pasquale Paladino
Date of BirthAugust 24, 1946
OccupationsBusinessman, Community Activist, Veteran
Spouse (s)Mary Catherine Hannon (m. 1970-present)
ChildrenWilliam "Billy" Paladino, Danielle Paladino Jacobs, Patrick Paladino (1979-2009), Sarah Paladino
ResidenceBuffalo, New York, United States
Political PartyRepublican Party
Alma materSt. Bonaventure University (B.A.), Syracuse University College of Law (J.D.)
ReligionRoman Catholic
EmployerEllicott Development Company
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 It's not going to be pretty, It's going to be very confrontational. 
— Carl Paladino saying of his time in office if he is elected as Governor of New York / September 27, 2010
 [The policies] are inviting every Tom, Dick and Harry poor and disenfranchised person to come to New York state. We don't want them, they're the responsibility of the federal government or the place they came from. 
— Carl Paladino hinting that he would be taking stances in favor of cutting benefits like Medicaid / September 27, 2010
 Andrew, for the first time in your life be a man, Don't hide behind daddy's coattails even though he pulled strings to advance your career every step of your way. Come out and debate like a man. 
— Carl Paladino in a letter to his democrat opponent Andrew Cuomo / September 20, 2010
 People have seen chaos in Washington and chaos in Albany and they just don't know what to tell their children and their grandchildren. We'll give them that hope, 
— Carl Paladino / September 15, 2010
 We're mad as hell and we're not going to take it anymore, 
— Carl Paladino after winning the primary elections / September 14, 2010


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