Archive for September, 2010

Paladino Conservative Party Candidate: promises to carry Conservative banner and champion Conservative Party Principles

Rick Lazio withdrew from the race for Governor on September 27, 2010. The New York State Conservative Party Convention took place September 29, 2010 in Albany, New York. At such time,  Carl Paladino addressed the members of the State Executive Committee, promising to carry the Conservative banner proudly and support Conservative Party principles. He also seeks to shake up Albany using the constitutional powers of the governor to fight for the people.

Paladino was nominated and accepted the Conservative Party nomination for Governor in the election Nov 2, 2010. All are urged to vote on the Conservative Party line this november!

Brooklyn Conservative Candidates Look Ahead to November General Election

 The Kings County Conservative Party slate of candidates is posted on this site.  The Party backs all its candidates and calls on member support for the campaigns ahead. Above – Michael Grimm candidate for the 13th Congressional District in Brooklyn and Staten Island and Peter Cipriano candidate for Assembly for the 49th Assembly District. These gentlemen are two of the Party’s candidates. We also congratulate them for their victories in the recent Republican Party Primary. We invite all to get involved in campaigns and to register and vote Conservative.

KCCP ANNUAL DINNER – STATEWIDE TICKET EXPECTED- OCTOBER 28th,2010- RESERVE YOUR SPACE AND AD NOW!

October 28, 2010:  Kings County Conservative Party Annual Dinner @ The Rex Manor -located at 1100 60th Street, Brooklyn, New York

Sept. 29, 2010. Brooklyn Chairman Jerry Kassar announced the annual dinner of the Kings County Conservative Party will be held on Thursday evening, October 28, 2010, at the Rex Manor located at 1100 60th Street in Brooklyn. Cocktails will be served at 7 p.m. followed by dinner at 8 p.m.

Expected statewide candidates to appear include Carl Paladino, Daniel Donovan, Harry Wilson, Jay Townsend, and Joe DioGuardi.

The Party will also award the third annual James Gay Memorial Award to long time NYS Conservative Party activist Howard Lim, and the annual Jim Ryan Award to the outstanding Kings County Executive Committmember of 2010.

Come enjoy good food, hear great speakers, meet old friends and make new ones.

Tickets are $85 per person. You may print this post and send your checks for tickets or donations made payable to the Kings County Conservative Party and send to the Kings County Conservative Party –  486 78th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209, ATTN: Annual Dinner.

A Journal accompanies the dinner. Advertising in the Journal helps the Party support conservative causes and candidates. Your support of our activities through an advertisement helps the effort.

You may print this post and send it with your Journal advertisement:

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IMPORTANT: Printer’s deadline is two (2) weeks before the date of the affair. Please try to have ads in by October 15th.

Ad Rates are: Gold Patron Listing: $125 * Silver Benefactor: $100 * Sponsor $75* Subscriber $50

Please make checks payable to Kings County Conservative Party and mail to 486 78th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11214: Attn: Annual Dinner

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

 

 

Featured Candidate – Susan Kone – 8th Congressional District Race

Susan Kone campaigns for the people against the Washington DC status quo incumbent

Contact Susan at her website www.SusanKoneforCongress.com or contact the Brooklyn Conservative Party to learn more and help elect Susan!

BACKGROUND ON SUSAN KONE- 8th CD Candidate- 

My family came to this country from Russia and Eastern Europe in the early part of the 2oth Century. I was named after my Great Uncle Sol who was killed in Germany towards the end of World War II while saving children. Just before she passed away, my grandmother asked me to always honor his memory and bequeathed to me his Purple Heart which to this day remains my most cherished possession. I hope I can honor his legacy and ensure that our children enjoy the freedom, opportunity and way of life we cherish.

We were raised with a deep faith and a strong work ethic. My parents rose from poverty in just two generations – they loved their country dearly and my brothers, sister and I were imbued with an unwavering faith in the American Dream. We were taught from a very early age that with hard work and determination anything was possible — no dream was too big — this was America. I worked throughout high school and graduated Valedictorian of my high school class. I attended Dartmouth College and graduated Phi Beta Kappa magna cum laude with high honors in Government. I attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Law on a partial scholarship.

I am not a professional politician, but I am a professional.
I have real world experience – not Washington experience.
I earn my living by bringing people together with creative, common sense solutions.

I worked as an attorney for 10 years and for the last several years have run my own small business in our district. I find people jobs and help businesses grow and thrive.

I believe that my background will enable me to help address the many challenging problems that confront US.My family came to this country from Russia and Eastern Europe in the early part of the 2oth Century. I was named after my Great Uncle Sol who was killed in Germany towards the end of World War II while saving children. Just before she passed away, my grandmother asked me to always honor his memory and bequeathed to me his Purple Heart which to this day remains my most cherished possession. I hope I can honor his legacy and ensure that our children enjoy the freedom, opportunity and way of life we cherish.

State Chairman Mike Long Blasts Mayor Bloomberg’s Term Limits Gamesmanship

September 1, 2010 – The New York Daily News reports on Chairman Long’s comments about the current NYC Charter Revision scheme to place a two-term term limit provision on the ballot while grandfathering in current City Councilmembers. Mr. Long pointed out Mr. Bloomsberg’s part in defying the public’s will on term limits in the recent past.

See the article at:

http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/dailypolitics/2010/08/mike-long-slams-term-limits-re.html