Join The Brooklyn Young Republican Club For Our Next Meeting with Special Guest Speaker Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis On Jan 18, 2015.

by Brooklyn Young Republican Club ~ January 2nd, 2015.


Join The Brooklyn Young Republican Club For Our Next Meeting with Special Guest Speaker Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis On Sunday Jan 18, 2015
From 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM.
At Hunters Steak & Ale House.
9404 4th Ave Brooklyn NY 11209.
In 2010, Assemblywoman Malliotakis won the election to represent the 60th District in the New York State Assembly. She defeated two-term Democratic incumbent Janele Hyer-Spencer by a margin of 10 percentage points.Upon being elected to the Assembly, Malliotakis became the first Greek-American woman elected to office in New York State, the first Cuban-American woman elected to office in New York State, and the first person of Hispanic descent elected from Staten Island. She is the only Republican woman elected to any office or district that encompasses New York City and is one of only two Republicans from the City of New York elected to the State Assembly, along with Joseph Borelli.Assemblywoman Malliotakis was re-elected in 2012 with 61% of the vote and again in 2014 with an overwhelming 73% of the vote, winning handily in both Brooklyn and Staten Island.
Legislative career
Committee Assignments as of 2012:Ways & Means
Corporations, Authorities, and Commissions
Governmental Employees (ranking minority member)
She has made the rights of senior citizens a hallmark of her tenure and has successfully fought to keep senior centers in Brooklyn and Staten Island from being closed.Another priority of Assemblywoman Malliotakis has been the restoration of MTA bus service in her district. She successfully fought to restore bus lines to her district including the x1, x27, B37, S76 and S93. She also held a series of forums with regard to the MTA Payroll Mobility Tax and its negative impact on small businesses, non-profit organizations, and private schools.The Legislature and Governor Andrew Cuomo subsequently enacted significant repeals.She has been at the forefront of the fight for relief from the September 2011 toll increase on Port Authority bridges, calling for divestment of costly non-essential real estate holdings and highlighting mismanaged contributions to community organizations.
In October 2011 she submitted an amicus brief in support of the American Automobile Association lawsuit against the Port Authority in federal court, arguing that the toll increases were illegal, and successfully brought an Article 78 proceeding in New York State Supreme Court to get the Port Authority to disclose the results of an economic impact study regarding the effect the toll increases have had on business at New York Container Terminal.During her first year in the Assembly, Assemblywoman Malliotakis has received numerous awards and recognition including being named a ‘Rising Star’ by Capitol News, Home Reporter News, the Hispanic Coalition of New York, and the Greek America Foundation. She has also been named a ‘Top Ranking Pro Jobs Supporter’ by The Business Council of New York State.In 2013, she was selected by the American Conservative Union to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington D.C. as one of the nation’s 10 Conservative rising stars under the age of 40.
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Membership dues for 2015 will be accepted or you could pay your dues through our paypal link online at
Light Refreshments will be Served.Hunter’s Steak & Ale House
9404 4th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11209
By Public Transportation:
R train to 95th St. Walk 1/2 block NorthB8 & B63 Bus Stop right outsideS79 & S53 Stop at 92nd St. walk 2 blocks south
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