Republican Club

Cannot believe that we are months away from the November 8th General Election. This is a very important election for New Yorkers. We need to make some strong decisions and the Republican Party has given us a winning team. Leading our team is Congressman Zeldin is the best choice for Governor of New York to lead us to the future.
In 2008, Lee established a successful law practice in Smithtown, NY. Elected to the New York State Senate two years later, in 2010, Lee’s been working hard every day since to keep the promises he made to the hard-working families he represents.
In the State Senate, to give a few campaign promises he kept:
• Led the successful effort to repeal the MTA Payroll Tax for 80 percent of employers, a job killing tax that was hurting small businesses.
• Cosponsored the nation’s strongest property tax cap, which became law.
• Reduced middle-income tax rates in New York to the lowest level in 60 years.
Lee was then elected to the United States Congress in 2014, representing New York’s First Congressional District, and has now won seven consecutive races since 2010 in purple NYC suburban districts, unseating two Democrat incumbents along the way. In Congress, Lee quickly became a leading voice in America on top local, domestic and foreign policy issues.
Replacing Lee Zeldin in Congress is Nick LaLota. A graduate of Annapolis entered the Navy and attained the rank of Lieutenant. Serving in uniform, Nick was sent overseas on three separate occasions, deploying to twenty countries. After leaving the Navy, Nick came home and was appointed to the Village of Amityville as a Trustee, focusing on reducing taxes and hiring more police. Since 2008, Nick served in different leadership roles in local government. Nick LaLota is a strong voice Long Island needs.
These two men lead a strong team to keep our families on Long Island and raise their families here.
Please support Mario Mattera for Senate, Ed Flood for Assembly, Vincent Puleo for County Clerk, Vincent Messina for Surrogate Court.
Vote Row B to help New York
Early Voting starts October 29th – November 6th
Absentee Voting is available contact the Board of Elections for details 631-852-4500
Thank You,
Elaine Baumvoll and Jim Tullo