Press Release Re Nicole Malliotokis, Others Win By Conservative Party of Staten Island

Conservative Party Of Richmond County Chairman’s Statement On 2021 Election Results

STATEN ISLAND, NY: The Conservative Party of Richmond County once again played a significant role in the election of candidates to public office this year. The more than 3,000 votes cast on the Conservative line for attorney Brendan T. Lantry provided him with more than seventy-five percent of the total vote in his election as a Judge of the New York City Civil Court, while the more than 2,500 votes cast on the Conservative line for Councilman Joseph C. Borelli contributed to his having the most total votes of any City Council candidate in the City of New York.

“We pleased to have contributed to the landslide victories for both Judge-Elect Lantry and Councilman Borelli,” said Chairman David Mario Curcio. “During his time as County Chairman of the Republican Party, Judge-Elect Lantry played a major role in the successful election of judges backed by both of our parties, so it is only fitting that he now joins the ranks of the elected judiciary. Councilman Borelli has well established himself as the most conservative member of the New York City Council, where he will be an exceptional Minority Leader.”

The Conservative Party of Richmond County remains the only political party on Staten Island that uses a secret ballot at its nominating conventions, assuring the highest level of integrity in the process. This year, more than eighty percent of the county committee participated in the nominating convention of candidates, which also included Leticia Remauro for Staten Island Borough President and George S. Wonica for City Council in the Mid-Island District. Both candidates earned the party’s nomination through a competitive process in which any and all interested candidates were welcome to participate and make their case directly to the delegates.

“As Conservative Party nominees, both Leticia Remauro and George Wonica enhanced the quality of the general election with positive campaigns that focused on the issues that matter most to constituents,” added Chairman Curcio. “We congratulate those elected and look forward to working with them to advance our conservative agenda and priorities.”

In addition to its own nominees, the party’s executive committee endorsed the successful candidacies of Judge Ron Castorina and attorney Paul Marrone, both Republicans, for election to the State Supreme Court. The Conservative Party also played a major role in the defeat of Ballot Propositions 1, 3, and 4, each of which would have contributed to increased voter fraud in the state. Earlier this year, the Conservative Party of Richmond County became the first political party on Staten Island to formally endorse the secession of Staten Island from the City of New York, a cause for which the party will continue to advocate going forward.

6 Comments

  • Avatar Let's go Brendan! says:

    Let’s go Brendan!

  • Dean Frank Dean Frank says:

    Very interesting video from the NY TImes:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNDgcjVGHIw

    “Liberal Hypocrisy is Fueling American Inequality. Here’s How. | NYT Opinion
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    It’s easy to blame the other side. And for many Democrats, it’s obvious that Republicans are thwarting progress toward a more equal society.

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    In many states — including California, New York and Illinois — Democrats control all the levers of power. They run the government. They write the laws. And as we explore in the video above, they often aren’t living up to their values.

    In key respects, many blue states are actually doing worse than red states. It is in the blue states where affordable housing is often hardest to find, there are some of the most acute disparities in education funding and economic inequality is increasing most quickly.

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    • Avatar Irwin says:

      Wow. Actual quality journalism from the Times! That’s what I expect! I remember in elementary school, we’d get the Times in fifth grade. It was great.

      I don’t subscribe, and will never pay for news (it should be free) but I do sometimes click on stories from news aggregators and end up at a free Times article.

  • The Mad Reefer The Mad Reefer says:

    STOP THE HEROIN!

    Just take action and find a f**king way, please! This island is sinking in opiates. And, the weed laws legalizing marijuana are stupid and make it legal but nowhere to buy it but from a drug dealer, often times the same person selling DOPE like FENTANYL and CARFENTANYL.

    Please, the 80s approach didn’t work. Make the opiates legal with prescription and make penalties for selling high., Take the profits out, get addicted people in treatment, or just let them get high.

    It’s better than this. It’s the dealing that’s horrendous and wrecks the neighborhood, plus that’s how the younger kids get hooked.

  • Avatar Lance says:

    Me too. This has to stop. They sell it right out in the open. I find it ironic that a pothead is giving us advice on cracking down on drugs.What a world.

    The truth is, its a racket. You know it, I know it, we all know it. Drugs will never end until the profits are gone.

    Maybe the new mayor? But I don’t know.

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