NEW LEADERSHIP FOR OUR COMMUNITY
I am a lifelong resident of Flushing, NY. I am an entrepreneur and former business owner, mortgage banker and currently am a licensed real estate sales person. I am also a political activist and have spent years and countless hours fighting the embedded political machine for our rights and our freedoms. Our schools are not safe, and our streets and homes are now far less safe due to the disastrous Bail Elimination Act that was co-sponsored by incumbent John Liu.
Our state needs to do much more to empower our kids with better education and better after-school opportunities and we must expand access to Charter Schools. We need additional resources for the protection and advocacy for battered women. We need tax and regulation relief for small business. But mostly, residents of Queens District 11 need a forceful advocate for the middle class to go to Albany and fight the corrupt regime of Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo and his minions on the Democratic tickets across this state are bankrupting New York, making New York more dangerous by the day, and driving working people out of New York State for good.
We cannot let this go on!
Queens District 11 has no representation in Albany. The people of District 11 deserve better. The people, young and old alike, need their voices represented in Albany and that is NOT happening today. My opponent is not representing working people in Albany. My opponent, John Liu, has voted yes to pass all of Cuomo's horrific bills and virtually every vote John Liu has cast has made Queens either more dangerous or more expensive.
District 11 is an extremely diverse community of people from around the world with different languages and cultures, however, District 11 voters do share the same needs and desires of expecting safe communities in which to live, affordable homes, good schools for their children and a good business environment. District 11 voters need the cost of living in Queens to not only stop rising but to go down. Taxation and over-regulation are killing small businesses and the middle class alike.
I am going to Albany and changing all that, one issue at a time. Support me on November 3rd!