Read Common Sense: Silent Majority by Jerry Kassar here as published in Brooklyn Spectator and Home Reporter

Read Common Sense: A Clear message for your election and local news

“Last week’s election results represented far more than simply a list of winners and losers.  It was a clear message that the policies of Obama on a national level and de Blasio on a local level were immensely unpopular.”…Possibly the most expensive campaign in the history of Brooklyn, maybe the history of the United States from the perspective of dollars spent per vote, took place in the 48th Assembly District this year. read more @ http://www.homereporternews.com/news/government/common-sense-a-clear-message/article_66d9eee2-66e7-11e4-851a-23ce9d258401.html

52nd Annual Brooklyn Conservative Reception Honors Leaders and Candidates

Tom Long, Queens County Chairman received the James Gay Memorial Award and Cartrell Gore received the Alice Gaffney Memorial Award at the 52nd Annual Kings County Conservative Party Reception held at Vicolo Ristorante. A packed crowd honored these worthy recipients of awards named for true patriots. State Chairman Michael Long, Brooklyn Chair Jerry Kassar and Vice Chair Fran Vella-Marrone, Executive Committee and members of the Party were joined by friends, members and State Senator Marty Golden, Assemblywoman Malliotakis, Assemblyman Dov Hikind, as well as Conservative Party candidates including Stamatis Lilikakis. While the festivities went on Congressman Grimm dominated his opponent on a NY1 debate.

The annual reception precedes election day. Photos below follow your list of Candidates. Make a difference on November 4th Vote Conservative.

Governor

Rob Astorino

Lt. Governor

Chris Moss

State Comptroller

Robert Antonacci

Attorney General

John Cahill

Supreme Court

Philip J. Smallman • Anthony R. Caccamo

Matthew A. Doheny • Dennis W. Houdek

Civil Court

Vincent F. Martusciello

Congress

7th CD – Allan E. Romaguera

8th CD – Alan Bellone

9th CD – Daniel J. Cavanagh

10th CD – Ross Brady

11th CD – Michael G. Grimm

12th CD – Nicholas S. Dilorio

State Senate

17th SD – Simcha Felder

18th SD – Johnathan H. Anderson

19th SD – Elias J. Weir

20th SD – Menachem M. Raitport

21st SD – Herman G. Hall

22nd SD – Martin J. Golden

State Assembly

41st AD – Sura Yusim

42nd AD – Brian W. Kelly

43rd AD – Cartrell Gore

44th AD – Mike Yusupov

45th AD – Mikhail Usher

46th AD – Stamatis Lilikakis

47th AD – Joseph Baranello

48th AD – Dov Hikind

49th AD – Henry Lallave

51st AD – Sandra Palacios-Serrano

52nd AD – John Jasilli

54th AD – Khorshed Chowdhury

59th AD – Jeffery J. Ferretti

60th AD – Leroy R. Bates Sr.

64th AD – Nicole Malliotakis

Your Brooklyn Conservative Party Slate- Vote Conservative on November 4th!

Your Conservative Party (Column C) Candidates. Come Out and Vote for them on November 4th!


Governor

Rob Astorino

Lt. Governor

Chris Moss

State Comptroller

Robert Antonacci

Attorney General

John Cahill

Supreme Court

Philip J. Smallman • Anthony R. Caccamo

Matthew A. Doheny • Dennis W. Houdek

Civil Court

Vincent F. Martusciello

Congress

7th CD – Allan E. Romaguera

8th CD – Alan Bellone

9th CD – Daniel J. Cavanagh

10th CD – Ross Brady

11th CD – Michael G. Grimm

12th CD – Nicholas S. Dilorio

State Senate

17th SD – Simcha Felder

18th SD – Johnathan H. Anderson

19th SD – Elias J. Weir

20th SD – Menachem M. Raitport

21st SD – Herman G. Hall

22nd SD – Martin J. Golden

State Assembly

41st AD – Sura Yusim

42nd AD – Brian W. Kelly

43rd AD – Cartrell Gore

44th AD – Mike Yusupov

45th AD – Mikhail Usher

46th AD – Stamatis Lilikakis

47th AD – Joseph Baranello

48th AD – Dov Hikind

49th AD – Henry Lallave

51st AD – Sandra Palacios-Serrano

52nd AD – John Jasilli

54th AD – Khorshed Chowdhury

59th AD – Jeffery J. Ferretti

60th AD – Leroy R. Bates Sr.

64th AD – Nicole Malliotakis

Is there really any debate? – Read Common Sense:Debating the Debate by Jerry Kassar in Home Reporter & Brooklyn Spectator

With no-show Dom, over-his head Kemmerer, and Brook-Krassny befuddled, the latest debates have made clear why the Conservative Party candidates (Golden, Lilikakas, and Grimm) deserve  your vote. These debates and more neighborhood news are discussed in this weeks column by Jerry Kassar see http://www.homereporternews.com/news/government/common-sense-debating-the-debate/article_d55ccbb2-58a2-11e4-a15a-cffcb897f315.html

Vote No On Ballot Proposition 3: Smart Schools but Not a Smart Proposal

The New York State and Brooklyn Conservative Party urge a no vote on NYS ballot initiative number 3. The ballot proposal is presented as a beneficial bond program to purchase equipment for schools. However, the result will be additional debt burden down the road to purchase equipment and technology that will long be obsolete before the cost is paid. It is an irresponsible proposal and does not offer any solution. Public and private investment in education is required. Bonds and additional debt are not the way to do this. A Press release from the NYS Conservative Party is linked here http://www.cpnys.org/sites/cpnys.org/files/Press_Release_on_Proposal_Three_Smart_Schools_Bond_Act_of_2014.pdf

Conservative Party Rates Legislature/Alerts Voters to Ballot Proposition and Issues

see http://www.homereporternews.com/news/government/common-sense-rating-the-legislature/article_2551d826-530b-11e4-8704-5bdafc5dda54.html

Conservative Party Urges Yes Vote in Support of Ballot Proposal 2: Paperwork Reduction Act

Michael Long, Chairman of the New York State Conservative Party, joined by Brooklyn Conservative Party Chairman Jerry Kassar, and Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-C, 64AD) announced the Party’s support of a Yes vote on Proposition 2, which will be on the ballot on November 4th. The proposition allows bills to be transmitted electronically to the legislators and avoid generating thousands of pages of text. It makes sense for legislators to be able to read the legislation and transport its text and is environmentally efficient. Brooklyn Conservative Party urges a yes vote in November on Proposition 2 and commends our State Assemblywoman, Nicole Malliotakis who is leading the charge for paperwork reduction

“Common Sense: Fair Redistricting” – Vote Yes for Ballot Proposal One

Jerry Kassar’s column discusses ballot proposal one for redistricting as well as Cuomo’s “political considerations” causing delay of important activity. see http://www.homereporternews.com/news/government/common-sense-fair-redistricting/article_6563919e-4b58-11e4-8228-d755f63a0ca4.html

NYS Conservative Party Rallies Faithful at Fall Reception with Rob Astorino, Bob Antonacci and National Review’s Rich Lowry

Brooklyn Conservatives were well represented at NYS Conservative Party Fall Reception honoring Rich Lowry, Editor in Chief of National Review with the Ronald Reagan Legacy Award. Gubernatorial Candidate Rob Astorino addressed the crowd gathered at the NY Athletic Club in Manhattan, siting the  troubles in Albany and n eed to get out the vote. Bob Antonacci, candidate for Comptroller, echoed the comments and both urged a vote on the Conservative Party line on November 4th. State Party Chairman Mike Long thanked the crowd and rallied them on for victory in November.

Kings County Treasurer Ross Brady, Vice Chair and State Treasurer Fran Vella-Marrone, Rich Lowry- Editor-in-Chief of National Review and Ronald Reagan Legacy Award recipient, and Kings County Chair and State Vice Chair Jerry Kassar were among the attendees from Brooklyn at this annual event. John Quaglione, Dennis Houdek and Brian Kelly not pictured.