Curtis Sliwa for Mayor made several stops from morning to night on his barnstorming tour of Queens on Saturday June 19th. Here are some photos of the days action from Breezy Point and Floral Park, Queens.
Breezy Point photos with Steve Sirgiovanni for City Council and Rich Valdes, WABC Talk Show Host
Floral Park photos with Alex Amoroso, Republican candidate for City Council in District #23
Opponent Ariola uses political tricknology to ride on Sliwa’s soaring popularity toward the June 22nd Republican primary
Although the Queens County GOP is supporting Fernando for Mayor, it looks like Chairwoman Joann Ariola prefers to associate herself with Curtis Sliwa to give the impression they are running as a team.
Curtis said: “Last night I had a fundraiser at Prima Pasta on Cross Bay Blvd. in Howard Beach. In the window was a small sign for Ariola. I asked them to take it down and instead walked across the street to the largest political banner of this political cycle for our Patriot City Council candidate Steve Sirgiovanni. I let everyone know that I was supporting Steve and not Ariola. Ariola is putting up signs wherever there are Sliwa signs and is trying to attach herself to My candidacy.”
We can understand Ariola’s shunning of Mateo, who has no signs in Howard Beach, and her use of political tricknology to attach herself to Sliwa especially after Mateo’s abysmal performance in last Thursday’s PIX11 Republican mayoral debate, and the ensuing PIX11 Mayor’s Race Poll showing Curtis crushing Mateo 74% to 15%.
CURTIS SLIWAIN KEW GARDENS HILLS: JOINS FOOD PANTRY GRAND OPENING SHARING, CARING, AND UNITING THE PEOPLE!
Kew Gardens Hills, NY.June 9, 2021 – Republican Mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa, who is familiar with every inch of NYC, is mobbed by supporters, as he came back to Kew Gardens Hills to discover Chazaq, and meet it’s founder and manager, Yaniv Meirov.
As he handed out food packages at the Grand Opening of the Lev Aharon Community Food Pantry, run by Chazaq, Curtis praised their humanitarian operation, and remarked that he would broadcast their amazing work far and wide, of sharing, caring, and uniting people of all backgrounds.
Curtis is a uniter, not a divider, and he particularly appreciates the great work Chazaq is doing uniting the entire community with love and fellowship. This is the real NYC!
Also campaigning with Curtis were Republican Patriots candidates, including Danny Noble for Republican State Committee 27AD, Phil Orenstein for Republican State Committee 24AD, and Angelo King for City Council in District 24. Angelo works as an Electrician and is a uniter of the people as well.
Also present was Republican Patriot State Committee 28AD candidate David Abraham who presented Curtis with a letter from a loyal supporter, Christine Healy, with four handwritten pages of the names and phone numbers of voters for Curtis. Christine, an 80 year old disabled woman, is dedicating her heart and soul to getting Curtis elected mayor of NYC.
Curtis visited several shops along Main Street, including Bagel Boss on Jewel Avenue, where he met the owners and enjoyed one of their famous bagels with a schmear.
The Queens County Republican Patriots is a New York State registered multi-candidate committee dedicated to building a strong grassroots Republican Party organization in Queens.
Sara Tirschwell, who was a Republican NYC mayoral candidate, was knocked off the primary ballot by Republican mayoral candidate Fernando Mateo and the Republican political establishment, and she will not be appearing on the primary ballot, which Curtis Sliwa said was a sad day for NYC and the Republican Party. The Republican establishment is busy suppressing talented and capable Republicans, rather than fighting Democrats and their destructive agenda for NYC. We give a voice to Sara, this talented and capable leader with over 30 years in the city’s financial services industry, at the Queens Village Republican Club, where it all begins. We also hear from several of the Queens County Republican Patriots candidates, who were likewise knocked off the ballot but fought back and won in state appeals court, and who are now officially on the ballot.
The Queens Village Republican Club meets the first Thursday of the month. Place TBD
Coffee, soda, and cookies are served at 7:30 PM. The meeting begins at 8:00 PM. There are no general club meetings in July and August.