Call to Action
Who: Queens Borough President Candidate William “Bill” Kregler will deliver remarks denouncing the Pan Am Shelter What: Pan Am Rally When: Sat, June 24, 2017 – 12:00 noon Where: 79-00 Queens Blvd. Flushing, N.Y. 11373 (off Hillyer Street)READ MORE
With City Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland waving goodbye to her office at the end of the year, the race is on to replace her. Contenders for the seat as of now are transportation activist Cristina Furlong, Assemblyman Francisco Moya, in blue plaid suit, and Hiram Monserrate, who held the position years ago, before his election to the state Senate and subsequent expulsion over an assault conviction.
Queens Chronicle: The race to replace Julissa Ferreras-Copeland in the City Council now includes the man she replaced, one she defeated in order to do it and a longtime community activist who isn’t fond of either one of them. Ferreras-Copeland (D-East Elmhurst) will not seek election this fall, citing family concerns in a statement on […]READ MORE
The Queens County GOP’s petition signature effort for 2017 has begun. Petition packets are now available for pickup. We request your help so that we can qualify our candidates to appear on the ballot in the Fall. To arrange for delivery of a petition packet, please either fill out the form below, contact your District […]READ MORE
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release May 31, 2017 President Donald J. Trump Proclaims June 2017 as National Caribbean-American Heritage Month NATIONAL CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH, 2017 – – – – – – – BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION National Caribbean-American Heritage Month is a […]READ MORE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Norman Cohn 718-715-2100 WE SAY NO! TO HONORING OF OSCAR LOPEZ RIVERA AND LINDA SARSOUR RALLY: QUEENS BOROUGH HALL TUESDAY MAY 30, 2017 – 3:00 PM 120-55 Queens Blvd, Kew Gardens, NY 11415 Retired NYPD Captain, Joseph Concannon, founder of the Square Deal Committee, will be holding a “Support Your Local Police” rally and […]READ MORE
Councilman Daneek Miller, left, appears to have a challenger Rupert Green, right, for District 27 seat.
Queens Chronicle: City Council District 27 covers an area that traditionally votes Democratic. But a Republican candidate, Rupert Green, hopes to not make this year’s race a cakewalk for incumbent Daneek Miller (D- St. Albans). Green, 52, of Saint Albans, wants to use his skills and training to ensure his community is not being left out, […]READ MORE
In a brief interview before the speech, Wilson downplayed the notion that Trump would be an obstacle for Republicans in next year’s gubernatorial race, despite his unpopularity in the state. | AP Photo
Politico: Harry Wilson, standing under an archway of red and blue balloons, told Republicans in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s home borough of Queens that the two-term governor can be ousted next year by a GOP candidate focusing on jobs and corruption. A candidate like, for instance, Harry Wilson. Wilson, speaking at the Queens County Republican Party’s […]READ MORE
Queens conservatives endorsed Paul Massey for mayor.
Times Ledger: Queens GOP endorsed one of their own for mayor on May 3. Republican Paul Massey got the nod of approval from the Queens Country Republican Club in a statement claiming that Massey is the only person capable of defeating incumbent Mayor Bill de Blasio in the municipal elections. “Paul Massey is the only […]READ MORE
QUEENS COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY NAMES EDWARD J. O’HARE MAN OF THE YEAR Queens, N.Y.—Monday, May 8, 17…The Queens County GOP will present the 2017 Queens County GOP Man of the Year award to Hon. Edward (Ed) J. O’Hare Jr. at its Annual Spring Gala on May 10th, at Terrace on the Park. Ed has been the Republican State Committeeman and […]READ MORE
Bob Turner, at podium, joined Queens Republican leaders in Howard Beach to discuss their endorsement of real estate mogul Paul Massey, center.
Queens Chronicle: The Queens Republican Party voted Monday to back real estate mogul Paul Massey for mayor — with a slim majority of district leaders present casting their vote for him. “He’s a person of good character and accomplishment and a good executive,” Queens GOP Chairman Bob Turner, who did not cast a vote, said in […]READ MORE