City Council candidate Scherie Murray (R-Distirct 31) held a very successful press conference on the steps of Queens Boro Hall on Wed with Councilman Eric Ulrich, City Comptoller candidate John Burnett as well as the six other GOP City Council candidates along with major media coverage. Queens Republican City Council candidates, Dennis Saffran CD-19, Sunny Hahn CD-20, Daniel Peterson CD-22, Alex Blishteyn CD-24, Craig Caruana CD-30, Scherie Murray CD-31 and Eric Ulrich CD-32 stand united with members of the law enforcement community in opposition to the “Community Safety Act.” We need to keep the pressure up to stop the City Council’s vote for the “Coummunity Safety Act” from being enacted. We all can help stop the City Council’s madness and help to elect our GOP City Council candidates in order to prevent dangerous bills like these from receiving veto-proof majorities.
You are cordially invited to Meet & Greet
SCHERIE S. MURRAY
Republican Candidate for City Council District 31
Sunny Hahn, Republican candidate for NYC Council, District 20, spoke at the jam-packed Queens Village Republican Club meeting on May 2nd. Ms. Hahn, retired NYC Human Rights Commission specialist, and former Community Aide to Senator Padavan, comes from a family with centuries-long tradition of public service, and has herself been a lifelong public servant, working at the National Women’s Political Caucus in Washington, DC, organizer of the Korean Committee to elect Rudy Giuliani for NYC Mayor in 1989, and has been an energetic campaign organizer for many GOP races since.
Dennis Saffran, Nassau County Attorney, Chief of Appellate Litigation, spoke at the crowded May 2nd Club meeting. He is running for the New York City Council seat from Northeast Queens now held by Dan Halloran (R-District 19), who has recently been indicted on federal corruption charges. He nearly won this Council seat in 2001 – losing to Tony Avella by just 400 out of 35,000 votes. Mr. Saffran said: “I’m running again this year… to restore to our communities and to the Republican Party in our area the tradition of integrity and honesty in government set for many years by Senator Frank Padavan and former Councilman Mike Abel.”