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I was honored to speak at Young Israel of Staten Island tonight and talk about the challenges facing Staten Island and our City. Thank you to Rabbi Lehrfield for the incredibly warm welcome and for giving me the opportunity to discuss these important issues with the congregation. ...

Assemblyman Tannousis ran a terrific campaign under difficult circumstances last year. With the strong support of Republican voters, he prevailed with a resounding primary win, and followed up with a victory in the general election.

Just in his first year as Assemblyman, Mike has been a strong voice in support of law enforcement, and is leading the fight in Albany against misguided criminal justice reforms.

I look forward to partnering with Mike on policing and many other critical issues if elected to represent the Mid-Island in City Council. Thank you Assemblyman Tannousis for your active support.
@Assemblyman Michael Tannousis
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I recently stood with Council Member Joe Borelli and other elected officials in opposition to the 30 MPH speed limit on all of Hylan Boulevard. This will do nothing to make us safer and will only serve to slow down Staten Islanders who are already driving safely. @joeborellinyc ...

I am proud to be endorsed by our New York State Court Officers Association. Court officers of course protect everyone in our court houses, but they also protect the integrity of our criminal justice system. And, they are doing so now under the most difficult circumstances.

Thank you to NYSCOA President Dennis Quirk and our local court officers.
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Today, we remember and honor the ultimate sacrifice given by many who served our country in uniform. Our country owes the fallen an immense debt that can never be repaid. God bless them, their families, and all of our veterans and service members. #memorialday ...

I was honored to attend the American Legion Gold Star Post’s annual remembrance ceremony this morning. The rainy weather we are having serves to underscore that the reason we have this long weekend every year is not to mark the unofficial start of summer but to recognize and honor those veterans that gave what Abraham Lincoln called “the last full measure of devotion” and those we have lost since their return. God bless America. #memorialdayweekend ...

I am honored to have Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis’s support of my campaign to represent the Mid-Island in New York City Council. Last year, with overwhelming support, she defeated the Democrat incumbent to ensure that Staten Island would have a strong Republican voice in Washington. Now, she is pushing back against AOC and the radical left in Congress. I look forward to the prospect of working with Congresswoman Malliotakis on behalf of Staten Island. @nmalliotakis ...

Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis is fighting for Staten Island in Washington. If elected, I look forward to partnering with her on critical local issues like public safety, small business recovery, and the East Shore Seawall project.

I am proud and grateful to have her endorsement of my campaign to represent the Mid-Island in the New York City Council.
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As Mid-Island’s Councilman, James Oddo established the gold standard for doing the job the right way. I am humbled that he has endorsed me to represent the district that he dedicated so much of his life to improve and fight for in the City Council.

The Fusco-Oddo-Matteo tradition of putting people first, working tirelessly to resolve every issue large or small, and fighting for Staten Island’s best interests is one I will proudly continue if elected. I thank Borough President Oddo for his support.
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Yesterday, I joined Curtis Sliwa (Curtis Sliwa for NYC) and Councilman Steven Matteo (Matteo For Staten Island) to call out de Blasio’s latest scam cam scheme on Hylan Boulevard. Our lame duck Mayor continues to unilaterally trying to balance the City’s budget on the backs of Staten Islanders, and to add insult to injury, the revenue they earn ticketing hard working Staten Island residents doesn’t come back to resurface our roads, improve our mass transit, or make our streets safer or easier to navigate. While I oppose this program in principle, there should be a moratorium on new installations until the City studies each camera location to see whether they are actually reducing accidents and fatalities or even should be there at all. We need more police officers patrolling our streets. That will make us all safer on our roads. ...

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