My parents came to America from Greece and Cuba in search of a better life. They became small business owners in Brooklyn and bought a home on Staten Island. In short, they lived the American Dream. More and more, it seems the 2020 election will be about whether we preserve the American Dream for future generations or move more toward the destructive, regressive policies of socialism.
More than ever before, we need No Nonsense Leadership in Washington, D.C.
In the State Assembly, I’ve worked to find commonsense solutions to the issues that matter most on Staten Island and in Southern Brooklyn. And I’ve been a reliable voice defending my constituents against the regressive policies advanced in both Albany and City Hall!
I’m proud to have restored express and local bus service for local neighborhoods and helped hundreds of families rebuild after Hurricane Sandy. I’ve delivered record education funding and held City Hall accountable for its failed management of our schools. In the State Assembly, I made New York a national model in the treatment of opioid addiction, expanded funding for senior programs and protected mental health services for our returning veterans.
As a member of Congress, I will do even more to improve access to high-quality health care and deliver infrastructure improvements. I will make securing our borders a priority and support pro-growth policies that put American workers first.
With your help, we’re going to win!
“It’s time to ratify a trade deal that will benefit our nation & New York State”
Nicole Malliotakis discussed Governor Cuomo’s radical bail reform law with John Catsimatidis, Dominic Carter and Kevin McCullough on the Cats at Night radio show on AM970.
Assemblywoman Malliotakis and former Assistant District Attorney Michael Tannousis highlighted the recent uptick in crime and speak-out against the new Criminal Justice and Bail Reform laws that are set to take effect on New Year’s Day.
Sign the Petition to stop New York State’s radical new law which will eliminate bail for people charged with dozens of serious crimes, like criminally negligent homicide, stalking, strangulation and more.
Friday night’s anti-police demonstrations in downtown Brooklyn are just the latest example of New York City’s return to the bad old days.
Max Rose’s support of the impeachment resolution is another slap in the face for those who elected him to Congress.
Once again, political correctness and a far left bias have crept into a process that should be focused on historical standing and accomplishments.
Just one day after finding out he had a challenger in the Democrat primary, Congressman Max Rose caved.
Instead of raising standards and encouraging student achievement, Bill de Blasio is using our schools to advance his radical, socialist agenda.