The following was released by the Grimm campaign this morning in a press release touting the endorsement by both the Staten Island Conservative Party and the Brooklyn Conservative Party.
Grimm faces a challenger in Dominic Recchia who supports Obamacare and is just wrong on too many issues. This is too important of a race to cede to anyone who goes along with the President’s policies.
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Rep. Grimm Receives Endorsements of Staten Island and Brooklyn Conservative Parties
NEW YORK, NY – Today, Congressman Michael G. Grimm (R,C-NY) received the endorsements of both the Kings and Richmond County Conservative Parties for his re-election to the U.S. Congress:
“I’m proud to receive the strong support of the Conservative Parties of Staten Island and Brooklyn,” said Rep. Michael Grimm. “Our hard work together for the past three years has demonstrated that progress can be made in Congress and that real results lead to a stronger economy and quality of life for hard working families here at home. The Party’s recognition of my dedication to serving our community means the world to me.”
“Congressman Grimm’s proven track record of delivering for the people of Staten Island, particularly after Super Storm Sandy, has been immense, and we need him in Congress to continue this important work,” said Harold J. Wagner, Chairman of the Richmond County Conservative Party. “We wholeheartedly endorse him for re-election.”
“Our unanimous endorsement of Congressman Grimm is a reflection of our organization’s belief that his continued service in Congress will be beneficial to the people of Brooklyn and the core values of the Conservative Party,” stated Jerry Kassar, Chairman of the Kings County Conservative Party. “His commitment to a strong national defense and pro-growth economic policies, coupled with his outstanding constituent services in the district, continue to make him an excellent choice for Congress.”
Congressman Grimm represents the entire borough of Staten Island and part of Brooklyn in the U.S. House of Representatives