The New York affiliate of the Republican Liberty Caucus is on a roll! In addition to two candidates running for office in New York City, the RLC’s endorsed candidate for Westchester County District Attorney won a unanimous endorsement to run against the incumbent Democrat and a Democrat challenger for the position of County DA on Monday.
Dan Schorr is running against incumbent Janet DiFiore, who campaigned as a Republican — and who he helped elect several years ago to her current post. DiFiore switched to the Democrat Party in 2007 when it became politically expedient for her to do so. So Westchester County has elected two Republicans to the post in the immediate past — DiFiore and former U.S. Senate candidate (and TV court judge) Jeanine Pirro.
Dan Schorr spent two years on the White Plans Planning Board as well as six years as a youth basketball coach with the White Plains Department of Parks and Recreation. Mr. Schorr is an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Law and Legal Writing at Pace University Law School. He earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his M.A. and B.A. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.
Schorr is the former Deputy D.A. under Jeanine Pirro, so he has a lot of experience and has the credentials to be successful. In addition to having the credentials and experience, Dan Schorr is a true advocate of individual liberty, personal responsibility, and limited government.