Kings County Republican Party Endorses Lucretia Regina-Potter

Posted on August 24th, 2015

Former Assemblyman Arnaldo A. Ferraro, Chairman of the Fiorello LaGuardia Republican Organization, is very pleased to announce that Lucretia Regina-Potter, Republican State Committeewoman (District Leader) of the 46th Assembly District, has been unanimously endorsed by the Executive Committee of the Kings County Republican Party as the Republican candidate for the office of the NY State Assembly in the 46th Assembly District in the upcoming election on November 3, 2015.

 

A longtime member of the Executive Committee of the Fiorello LaGuardia Republican Organization as their Director of Communications, Lucretia is also a very active political leader. Her deep roots in the community and her background and experience as a small business manager make her uniquely qualified to become the first Republican Assembly member from Brooklyn elected to the NYS Assembly since 1986. Her campaign election team, the “Onward to Victory” committee, is headed by former Assemblyman Ferraro and includes her Republican Co-leader elect, Anthony Bove, 49th  AD District Leader-elect Stephen Maresca, community liaison Polina Pyasetskaya, the Republican County Committee Members in the 46th AD, and all members of the LaGuardia Republican Organization.

 

In her acceptance speech, Lucretia stated, “I am very pleased to receive the endorsement of the Kings County Republican Party. I look forward to the support and the participation of the borough-wide Republican Party throughout the entire campaign. With their help and support, we can establish a unified presence in the 46th Assembly District and throughout Brooklyn. We need to come together as a community to address the recurring issues that affect our area, and provide effective representation to work toward solutions in Albany.

Together, we will achieve our objectives in taking my message to the voters and celebrate our victory!

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