Republican Senatorial candidate Wendy Long was in Buffalo on Saturday, espousing her views for a reformed tax code.
Long is a Manhattan attorney, pursuing her party's nod to contest Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand in this year's election. Long emphasized the need for a simpler and fairer tax code. She denounced raising taxes on millionaires. She also called for the end of tax loopholes and a cap on taxes for business owners and employers.
Long is being challenged for the GOP nod by two other candidates.