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Lucretia Regina-Potter Announces Candidacy for New York State Assembly in 2010 - Lucretia Regina-Potter Republican District Leader 46AD - Finally a Voice for the 46th Assembly District!

Lucretia Regina-Potter Announces Candidacy for New York State Assembly in 2010

Posted on November 5th, 2009

At a recent meeting of the Fiorello LaGuardia Republican Organization, 49 AD Republican District Leader, Lucretia Regina-Potter, announced her candidacy for the New York State Assembly.

“As I persevere in my resolve to provide better representation for our community in Albany, in what has been defined as the most dysfunctional legislature in the United States, I am pursuing my personal aspiration to become the first Republican Assemblywoman to be elected, not only in the 49th AD, or in Brooklyn, but also in the entire city of New York. We are tired to see the same person be re-elected every two years without actually taking interest in the real needs of our community. My election to the New York State Assembly will also  be a catalyst for the revival of our beleaguered but beloved Republican Party.

“If we all work together, there should be no reason why we would not be successful. With your support and participation throughout the entire campaign, we will achieve our objective and celebrate our victory!”

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