Archive for March, 2017

Brooklyn Conservatives Strongly Urge Congressman Donovan Reconsider Intended No Vote on Obamacare Repeal

Brooklyn Conservatives are disappointed with Congressman Dan Donovan’s ¬†intention to vote against the repeal of Obamacare as relayed in his public statement.. The 2016 election was waged over this issue and the election of of President Trump, who was supported by both Donovan and the Conservative Party, was the result. Congressman’ Donovan’s intended vote against the repeal would be a betrayal of the result of the election. The Conservative Party strongly disagrees with his intent to vote against the Obamacare repeal and strongly urges him to reconsider.

Local Civic Leader Sandy Vallas to be honored, Mayoral Candidates to Speak at Brooklyn Conservatives, Annual Brunch April 2nd Reserve Now

Sandy Vallas, a real estate broker by trade, spends a great deal of time helping the community. Whether it is his activity on the Dyker Heights Civic Association, or his work in education as a Trustee to Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church and then activity with the Fort Hamilton Parents Association, Vallas has been active and involved with almost everything important in the neighborhood. As President of the Greek American Property Owners Association and as a concerned citizen, Sandy Vallas puts his energy and time into the community he loves. He embodies the volunteer spirit and civic responsibility for which the Ronald Reagan Americanism Award was established by the Brooklyn Conservatives. We will proudly bestow the award to him at our annual brunch on April 2, 2017 at the Bay Ridge Manor- 76th Street off 5th Avenue at 12 noon.

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Brooklyn Conservatives will also present State Senator Simcha Felder with an award from the NYS Conservative Party for the best Conservative Party rating among NYS Senators. In addition, two candidates for Mayor of New York, Rev. Michel Faulkner and Bo Dietl will speak at this annual event.

Reserve now. Tickets are only $60pp payable to Kings County Conservative Party. Mail to Kings County Conservative Party 486 78th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209.

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