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Right to Life Endorsement


Very grateful to receive the New York  State Right to Life endorsement.

Thank you! Remember to Vote Pro-Life on November 8, 2016!

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From the Desk of Lucretia Regina-Potter…

September 2014

Dear Fellow Republicans of the 46th Assembly District:

My name is Lucretia Regina-Potter and I am the elected Republican District Leader of the 46 AD. If I did not meet you personally while I was collecting signatures for my nominating petition, I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that I am the Republican candidate for the NYS Assembly in our district, the 46AD.

As a wife, mother, and small business owner, I am very much aware of the problems and needs of our district. When elected, with your vote of course, I will work very hard to see to it that our community will develop as a prosperous and vital area in the growth of Brooklyn.

As a fiscal conservative, I do not believe in excessive interference in people’s private lives by our government, and most of all I will fight against any increase in taxes and insurance rate increases for our businesses, homes, and automobiles. In our area, we pay the highest insurance rates in NY State if not the country!

I will also work to see that our children will receive the best education available, whether it is public, private, or parochial, which will allow them to compete in an ever-expanding global society. I believe parents know their children best and will always choose what is best for them. Let us educate our children as we see fit! 

 I would also like to inform you that this is the ONLY Republican Primary in Brooklyn, and it is very important that you vote on Tuesday, September 9, 2014. You will play a major role in the revitalization of the Republican Party in our District.

Please look for my name on the ballot and please fill in the oval next to my name: Lucretia Regina-Potter

 I look forward to celebrating our victory together!

 Thank you for your continued support!


Lucretia Regina-Potter

Republican District Leader 46AD

Republican Assembly Candidate 46AD

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An Open Letter To All Brooklyn Republican District Leaders


November 2013

An Open Letter To All Republican District Leaders

Now that the annihilation of the Kings County Republican Party is only one elected official away from being completed, we must regroup and strategize an effective way to prevent such an annihilation in becoming a fait accompli. We must assure that a united effort will return the status of our party to the days when the Republican Party was able to elect public officials and judges.

We must face the future with an eye on the recent past with learning and understanding.

Dissidence and disagreements have for too long been a part of our political activities within our Party. Fears and destructive internal battles have cursed the Republican Party in Brooklyn into becoming what it is nowadays.

We strongly urge that the leaders of both sides of the two factions partitioning the Republican Party in Brooklyn to lay down their swords and turn to a more peaceful solution for their adversarial actions. Most of all we urge all those Republican District Leaders in Brooklyn, who have dedicated themselves to enhance our party and who are the real backbone of our countywide organization, to exercise their rights as Leaders through the process of selecting and electing those who our party represents and who our elected officials should be.

Only through a unified effort of the true loyal and dedicated Republicans who have no ulterior motives in mind, nor are interested in protecting a private or personal interest, will the catalyst for change become viable.

We ask our fellow leaders to join with us to improve our prospects for the Brooklyn Republican future with dedication, hard work and by sharing the responsibility of choosing and supporting candidates for all public office and judiciary that run in their district.

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