Staten Island Redistricting Rally by Sam Pirozzolo

Join Team Sam To Flip Assembly Seat 63, Volunteers Needed, Canvassing Begins Tomorrow


Meet Sam and help flip Staten Island Assembly seat 63 RED

 Sam Pirozollo is inviting all of his volunteers and local neighbors together to his home this Saturday for a “meet and greet” to hear about his plans to:

  • Cut inflation
  • Regrow the economy
  • Restore our quality of life

Refreshments will be served and all are welcome!

DATE: Saturday, April 23rd, and every following Saturday

TIME: 11 A.M.



Assemlymember Sam Pirozzolo

Sam Pirozzolo is a native Staten Islander. He is a frequent contributor to the Staten Islander, and is well-known and loved by people on both the Right and Left, in his North Shore community. Sam brings people together, instead of dividing, by speaking common sense and analyzing our island's, and city's, issues, with intelligence and concern for all. Sam Pirozzolo was elected to the New York State Assembly on November 8, 2022. The 63rd Assembly District represents parts of Richmond County. Sam has successfully operated his family’s optical practice for 33 years. He is the past president of Community Education Council 31 where he served for seven years. Some of his most notable accomplishments include the creation of a Gifted and Talented program for middle school students, the recommendation for the NYC Department of Education to hire retired police officers as school resource officers, and the successful fight for the immediate cleanup of toxic PCBs leaking from the light fixtures in school classrooms. As an education advocate, Sam has participated in historic litigation that led to the return of more than $4 billion to New York public schools. He also fought to ensure that co-located charter schools receive the same capital funding as their host public schools. While serving in the Legislature, Sam will work to support law enforcement officers with proper funding, fix broken bail and parole policies, and help small businesses grow and thrive in a stronger, more resilient economy.

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