Letter to Huntington Republicans

This Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th, is without question a crucially important event, both at the national and state levels.  While we finally have an opportunity to set Washington on a better course by supporting Donald J. Trump for president, we must not forget about the importance of ensuring the elections of our Republican congressional candidate and state representatives. 

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Dear Friends,

This Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th, is without question a crucially important event, both at the national and state levels.  While we finally have an opportunity to set Washington on a better course by supporting Donald J. Trump for president, we must not forget about the importance of ensuring the elections of our Republican congressional candidate and state representatives. 

At the national level, the Democrat machine is pumping untold amounts of money into this election cycle; its goal is to continue and expand the policies of Obama by aiming to secure the presidency for Hillary Clinton and a majority in Congress.  Is this what we want or need?  Making Clinton the next president equates to four more years of Obama.  Even worse, a Clinton White House, combined with a Democrat-led Congress, would give the term “rubber stamp” a whole new meaning.  This is why we need to support both Donald J. Trump for president, and Jack Martins for Congress.

With respect to New York State government, the prospects will not be much better if the Democrats get their way.  Democrats are absolutely salivating at the opportunity to achieve a majority in the New York State Senate.  As you may know, the New York State Senate is currently a Republican-controlled body – the only Republican-controlled body in New York – under the faithful leadership of Huntington’s very own Senator John Flanagan.  If the Republican majority in the New York State Senate is lost, that essentially means one-party rule for our state – an absolute disaster. 

Think about that, if we lose the State Senate majority, we would have a Democrat governor, a Democrat State Assembly, and a Democrat State Senate.  What would that mean for Long Islanders?   If you recall, the last time that the State Senate was controlled by the Democrats, our taxes went up and the interests of Long Islanders were immediately put on the back burner.  For these reasons, it is imperative that we re-elect all of our state representatives:

     Senator Carl Marcellion (5th District)       Assemblyman Andrew Raia (12th District)

     Senator John Flanagan (2nd District)        Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (10th District)

We desperately need to fix Washington, in addition to maintaining balance in New York State government.  So please, in addition to voting on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th, remember to tell your family, friends, neighbors, and acquaintances the importance of voting Republican! 

Thank you for your continued and loyal support.

Sincerely,

Toni Tepe, Chairwoman

Huntington Republican Committee