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2020 Census and Redistricting

New York State Independent Redistricting Commission released its first draft of Congressional and State Senate and Assembly lines on September 15. Queens Daily Eagle   The City

NYC Department of City Planning published the results by neighborhood comparing 2010 to 2020.  An interactive map of the results should be online by October.

US Census Bureau released its PL 94-171 data on August 12th.

Five statewide proposals on the November 2, 2021 ballot.

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Speakers Dr. Carson and Curtis Sliwa

Guest speakers at the August 26th Thursday night club meeting.  Dr. / Secretary Benjamin Carson, Mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa, Log Cabin Republicans of New York President, Jonathan Doucette, and City Council candidate Tim Rosen.Dr. Ben Carson

Jonathan Doucette and Kathryn Donnelly

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Queens GOP contributing to its own demise

Elected Queens GOP Republican officials Eric Ulrich and Anthony Como hosted fundraiser for Eric Adams, not for our official candidate, Curtis Sliwa.  Read the Queens Ledger article.

GOP fundraiser for Eric Adams
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3 Republican Patriots Wins!

We are for freedom of individual belief and expression instead of suppression of ideas and dissent.  We are committed to growing the Republican party by…

• Allowing competitive primaries and letting voters choose
• Fighting issues that reflect our values instead of staying silent
• Growing Republican enrollment actively not missing in action

Unofficial machine counts reported on June 22nd:

✔︎ Curtis Sliwa for Mayor
Danniel Maio for Queens Boro President (off)
Kathy Wu Parrino for Civil Court Judge, 3rd Municipal District (off)
Alex Amoroso for City Council, 23rd District (LOST)
Angelo King for City Council, 24th District (LOST)
Stephen A. Sirgiovanni for City Council, 32nd District (LOST)
Philip A. McManus, Jr. for State Committee male, 23rd District (off)
Margaret Wagner for State Committee female, 23rd District (off)
Phil Orenstein for State Committee male, 24th District (off)
Anita Uppal for State Committee female, 24th District (off)
Craig Tyson for State Committee male, 25th District (LOST)
✔︎ Susan B. Erlebacher for State Committee female, 25th District
Daniel Noble for State Committee male, 27th District (off)
David Abraham for State Committee male, 28th District (off)
Yanling Z. Wagner for State Committee female, 28th District (off)
✔︎ Joseph R. Concannon for State Committee male, 33rd District
Catherine Washell for State Committee female, 33rd District (LOST)
Stephen H. Weiner for State Committee male, 37th District (off)
Betty Ann Hogan for State Committee female, 37th District (off)

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31 candidates, 3,000 signatures, 0 qualified?

Is there a Republican Primary?  April 14-No, April 26-No, May 13-Yes, May 18-Yes, June 11-Some, June 17?

It is common knowledge that if you want to run for an office in the City of New York, be it as a Democrat, Conservative, Working Families or Republican, it is critically important to get the blessing of your official party county committee on the ballot.  Otherwise, proceed with caution.

Let me share our Queens County Republican story.

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Candidates Night: May 27, 2021

Keynote Speaker:  Darius Mayfield, NJ-12

5 candidates
Dewan Tarek, Moderator. Candidates: Donghui Zang, Doug Shapiro, Angelo King, Mujib Rahman, and Sheryl Fetik.

City Council candidates – 24th District
Angelo King (R, confirmed)
Timothy Rosen (R, confirmed then declined)
Mujib U. Rahman (DC, confirmed)
James F. Gennaro (D, declined)
Moumita Ahmed (D, no response)
Saifur R. Kahn (D, no response)
Mohammad S. Uddin (D, no response)

City Council candidates – 29th District
Donghui Zang (D, confirmed)
Douglas J. Shapiro (D, confirmed)
Sheryl Fetik (D, confirmed)
Eliseo D. Labayen (D, declined)
Aleda F. Gagarin (D, declined)
Edwin Wong (D, declined)
Avi Cyperstein (D, undecided)
Michael Conigliaro (R, no response)
David Aronov (D, no response)
Lynn C. Schulman (D, no response)

Moderator:  Dewan Tarek
Closed at 9:34 PM.

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District Attorneys refusing to prosecute crime of prostitution

It is now a very unfortunate trend.  Just this week it was reported that Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance will no longer prosecute those charged with the crime of prostitution.  This is a dereliction of duty to say the least.  Not surprising as this has been going on for some time and no one is holding them accountable.

Hope that the Republican candidate for Governor will pledge to remove any DA that refuses to do their job as under our State home rule system the Governor has the authority to do so.

Alan Fenster

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Joe Biden’s definition of a patriot

The President has a very bizarre and incorrect understanding of what constitutes patriotism.

To him, you are performing your patriotic responsibilities when you wear a mask and receive a covid vaccine.

So those who do so but show contempt for our country’s founders and the constitution are to him patriotic Americans.

Alan Fenster

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A thought on how NY is helping unemployed

A bipartisan bill sponsored by NY State Senator Jim Tedisco to match federal exemption of $10,200 of taxable income for 2020 was soundly defeated.  At the same time the State legislature authorized payments for unemployed illegals in the sum of $15,600 per person.

What an outrage but not surprising as the progressive wing of the Democratic party is now in control of the State legislature.

By Alan Fenster

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Reports of biased attacks on Asian American

Erosion of support of those in the Asian community for the Democratic party are attributable due to the following reasons.

  • The push by progressive Democrats to end testing for admission to the city’s specialized schools. Which would place Asian students who make up a significant segment of those who have been admitted to these schools at a disadvantage in the future. By moving to a non merit system of selecting eligible students.
  • Some major Ivy league University’s such as Yale, Harvard etc. have instituted admission quotas based on social engineering rather than merit which means less slots for students who merit admission to a ivy league university and disproportionately leaves out Asian students who work hard and academically deserve to be admitted.The Asian community perceive the progressive policies of the Democrats and justifiably so on issues such as economic, criminal Justice, social and foreign policy as inimical to their best interests.

    The Democrats noting their erosion of support in the Asian community respond by pulling out the race card. And blaming the uptick for crimes against Asians
    on President Trump for correctly holding the Govt of China responsible for the coronavirus pandemic.  Rather than the soft on crime policies being enacted on the Federal State and local Government level by the Democrats.

By Alan Fenster