The executive committees of the Conservative Party of Richmond County and the Conservative Party of Kings County have jointly nominated and endorsed Nicole Malliotakis in this year’s election for the U.S. House of Representatives, Eleventh Congressional District. A five-term member of the New York State Assembly, Assemblywoman Malliotakis has carried the Conservative Party’s endorsement in each of her past elections, where she has been an effective advocate for conservative values and principles in Albany. With more than $1 million already raised for this campaign, and endorsements from both the Conservative and Republican parties, she is a formidable candidate for Congress.
“We have been proud to support Nicole Malliotakis in every one of her past campaigns and know that she will represent this district well in Congress,” said Richmond County Chairman David Mario Curcio. “The incumbent Congressman is far too liberal for this district, as evidenced by his voting record that includes a shameful vote to impeach the President. Conservative candidates have held this seat for the better part of the past four decades and Nicole Malliotakis shares the values of her constituents. Her candidacy will help to restore conservative leadership in the House and advance President Trump’s agenda to keep America great.”
“Nicole Malliotakis has consistently had the support of the Kings County Conservative Party in the past and we are now proud to endorse her candidacy for Congress,” said Kings County Chairwoman Fran Vella-Marrone. “She is a fighter and we need her in our corner to combat the far left agenda in the House of Representatives. Max Rose has consistently supported this agenda and must be defeated. The campaign for the 11th Congressional District is key to bringing back conservative leadership to the House. The election of Nicole Malliotakis will ensure that we have a conservative voice who will support President Trump and represent the views of her constituents.”
“I congratulate Nicole on earning the Conservative Party endorsement,” said NYS Chairman Jerry Kassar. “At a time in which our nation faces many challenges at home and abroad our state, city and local community will do well in electing Nicole to Congress. In the past nine years as an Assembly member she has repeatedly shown her ability to cause the voices of her community to be heard in Albany. I expect nothing less from her in Congress. The NYS Conservative Party together with our local county organizations will be devoting, the time, energy and resources to help make this happen.”
“I want to thank the Conservative Party State Chairman Jerry Kassar, Richmond County Chairman David Curcio, and Kings County Chairwoman Fran Vella-Marrone, along with their executive committees for their endorsement and support of my candidacy,” said candidate Nicole Malliotakis. “The Conservative Party has been supportive every step of the way and I look forward to working closely with them to make sure Max Rose is a one term congressman. New York’s 11th Congressional District deserves a representative who shares their values and not those of Nancy Pelosi or the socialist squad of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. As a member of the New York State Assembly, I’ve spent the last nine years challenging the extreme liberal policies implemented by Democrats and held them accountable. In contrast, Max Rose has publicly supported reckless policies like Cuomo’s dangerous bail law and de Blasio’s closure of Rikers Island and spent his first year voting with Nancy Pelosi over 95% of the time. I look forward to taking my fight and passion to Washington and working with President Trump to secure our borders, create jobs, improve healthcare, and deliver an infrastructure package that benefits our community.”
The Conservative Party made the difference ten years ago in helping to elect Nicole Malliotakis to the New York State Assembly, defeating a two-term liberal Democrat. The Conservative Party expects to once again help to do so in the election for this Congressional seat, a contest that has gained significant national attention and is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020.