Media Advisory: Malliotakis to attend a meet and greet in her honor hosted by the Brooklyn Conservative Party

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, the real Republican in the race for Mayor, will attend a meet and greet in her honor hosted by the Brooklyn Conservative Party at the Archbishop John Hughes Council 481 of the Knights of Columbus Hall at 8:00pm. The event is open to members of the public and the media. Light refreshments […]

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Statement by the Malliotakis Campaign on the Quinnipiac Poll

Campaign spokesman Rob Ryan said,”Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis entered the race at the beginning of May, so the results of today’s poll don’t mean much. When voters get to know Nicole the numbers will change. What is obvious from the poll is that after months in the race, too many consultants to count and sky high […]

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Malliotakis Blasts Plan for More Speed Cams

A Blatant Cash Grab by a Tax & Spend Mayor More Cameras Won’t Save Lives More Traffic Lights, Speed Bumps & Enforcement Will! Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis of Staten Island, the real Republican in the race for mayor, today blasted Mayor de Blasio for his planned expansion of the Speed-Cam program around city schools. New York […]

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Statement by Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis on her campaign’s Campaign Finance Board filing

Nicole Malliotakis said, “In just under 2 weeks of active fundraising and without the assistance of professional fundraisers, Nicole for New York City, my mayoral campaign committee, surpassed the campaign’s internal goals by raising nearly $100,000. The vast majority of donations came from residents of the 5 boroughs of New York City and were in […]

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Statement by Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis on the expected resignation of NYC Corrections Commissioner Joseph Ponte

“The resignation of Corrections Commissioner Joseph Ponte is long overdue. Bill de Blasio’s rationalization and excuses for Commissioner Ponte’s misdeeds is symptomatic of an administration with little regard and few controls over the time city officials spend, or more accurately don’t spend, doing the people’s business. “This is a victory for all hard-working New York […]

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NY Daily News Op-Ed: Republican ideas welcome in N.Y.C.

The bid by Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis for mayor — even if she loses — is the best thing to happen to New York Republicans in a long time.

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Statement on receiving the endorsement of Assemblyman and future SIGOP Leader Ron Castorina

“I am truly grateful and honored to have the endorsement of Ron Castorina – someone who is principled, independent and widely respected both in the New York State Assembly and across Staten Island. Working alongside Assemblyman Ron Castorina for the last year, there is perhaps nobody who knows my work ethic and passion to fight […]

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Malliotakis Slams Mayor for Shortchanging Veterans

While addressing veterans gathered at the site of the future Queens Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial in Elmhurst Park, Republican candidate for Mayor Nicole Malliotakis slammed Mayor de Blasio for only allocating $3.9 million dollars in his budget for the Department of Veterans Services while allocating $16.4 million to the New York Immigrant Family Unity Project to help illegal immigrants – some of whom have been convicted of felonies – from being deported.

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Statement from Nicole Malliotakis on receiving the support of John Catsimatidis

“I am humbled and grateful to my friend and mentor, John Catsimatdis for his support of my campaign for Mayor of New York City. John embodies all that is good about New York. He is a brilliant businessman and philanthropist and he is respected by everyone for his love of New York City. John Catsimadis’ […]

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Malliotakis Slams Brooklyn DA’s Dual Justice System

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I,Ref – Brooklyn, Staten Island) issues the following statement with regard to the policy recently announced by Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez to consider lesser charges against undocumented immigrants to avoid deportation by federal authorities: “It is outrageous that a District Attorney, whose job is to enforce the laws of our […]

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Legislators Speak Out on Cop-Killer Sentencing

State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) and Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-C-I-Ref, Staten Island-Brooklyn) today have issued a joint statement regarding the sentencing of Tyrone Howard in the murder of Officer Randolph Holder. “Today’s sentence of life without parole for Tyrone Howard, the career criminal and gang member who murdered Police Officer Randolph Holder is […]

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College Leaders Join Malliotakis to Push Tuition Assistance Plan

(left to right) Dr. O’Keefe and Dr. Guarasci join Assemblywoman Malliotakis and Wagner students in calling for increased tuition assistance. Today Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-East Shore) was joined by Dr. Richard Guarasci of Wagner College and Dr. James O’Keefe of St. John’s University, along with Wagner College students, at a press conference to oppose Governor […]

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Malliotakis: No Expansion of Speed Camera Program

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I,Ref – Brooklyn, Staten Island) is voicing her opposition to the proposed expansion of the NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) speed camera program. Under existing law, the city has the authority to operate 140 speed cameras at specific locations during certain periods of time. Yesterday, Mayor Bill de Blasio and DOT Commissioner […]

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Legislators: Don’t Fine Citizens Who Don’t Vote

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn/Staten Island) and Assemblyman Ron Castorina, Jr. (R,C,I, Ref-South Shore) slammed legislation (A. 6730) that would make voting compulsory for individuals who are eligible to vote in New York State, and punish those who are eligible and don’t vote with a $10 fine. The legislation was introduced in an effort to improve […]

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Malliotakis Unveils List of 447 Crimes NYC ‘Sanctuary’ Policy Ignores

After a brief exchange during Mayor Bill de Blasio’s testimony before the New York State Assembly budget hearing on “Local Governments”, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, Staten Island) has formally requested that the Mayor explore making adjustments to the existing “sanctuary city” law that restricts the ability of the New York City Department of Corrections (DOC) […]

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