Posted on November 29th, 2016
For Immediate Release
The Fiorello LaGuardia Republican Organization, founded in 1993, is pleased to announce that at a recent meeting of its Executive board; a resolution was unanimously approved giving the organization a countywide scope.
Overcoming great obstacles over the years, including many challenges from “establishment” Republicans, the LaGuardia Club is recognized for the powerful organization it has become today.
In numerous campaigns where the Fiorello LaGuardia Republican Organization has participated, especially against the incumbents and status quo politicians, the club has contributed to the value of the Brooklyn Republican Party. The organization promotes the best candidates our party has to offer, as opposed to other candidates whose only consideration is self-perpetuation and the facilitating of the status quo. We are please that our most recent candidate for the New York State Assembly, Lucretia Regina-Potter, received the highest percentage of the vote of all Republican challengers in Brooklyn!
As the FIRST Republican organization in Brooklyn to support and endorse Donald Trump for President, while other Republicans were still on the fence and debating on what to do, we proved that our leadership and taking the initiative, is extremely effective.
It is for these reasons that the leadership of the Fiorello LaGuardia Republican Organization has decided to make this organization a countywide organization, pursuing the unification of the Republican Party in Brooklyn, the largest county in the state of New York. This will allow for many new opportunities, giving all loyal and true Republicans an innovative and creative option to participate in the growth of the Brooklyn Republican Party by becoming an active part in our countywide expansion.
All true and loyal Republicans are strongly urged and invited to join us in our efforts!
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