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NY GOP Forms Asian-American Caucus to Fill in Gap left by Democrats

Seize the opportunity to appeal to the Asian-American community in New York – which is beset by violence amid bail reform and lax policy under the city and state Democrats, the Republican Party state peace is creating a new caucus on Asia in its ranks.

“We officially announce the establishment of the NYGOP Asian Caucus. This is an incredible moment in our history,” said GOP State President Nick Langworthy, officially announcing the faction Monday night at a dinner party after Day 1 of the nominating convention. party on Long Island.

“We will stand with our Asian friends who have [had] crimes committed against them. They are an important part of the future of the Republican Party and we will lead the way right here in New York State to help make that happen,” he added.

Seize the opportunity to appeal to the Asian-American community in New York - which is beset by violence amid bail reform and lax policy under the city and state Democrats, the Republican Party state peace is creating a new caucus on Asia in its ranks.
The New York Republican Party is creating a new caucus on Asia within its ranks.
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Asian-American voters in New York City voted red last November, favoring the failed Republican mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa over Mayor Eric Adams – especially in Queens and Brooklyn – according to the results of the Board of Elections.

Experts attributed to change outrage at Mayor Bill de Blasio’s term-based education policy and repeated attempts to scrap the city’s gifted and talented program, as well as concerns about an alarming increase in anti-Asian violence during the pandemic.

“We are on the side of meritocracy. We stand for law and order. We represent the business, we represent [the] The American Dream and we support the America First policy,” declared Chloe Sun, the party’s NYC regional vice president.

GOP President Nick Langworthy
GOP President Nick Langworthy announced the formation of the faction Monday night at a dinner party.
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Seize the opportunity to appeal to the Asian-American community in New York - which is beset by violence amid bail reform and lax policy under the city and state Democrats, the Republican Party state peace is creating a new caucus on Asia in its ranks.
Asian-American voters in New York City voted red last November.
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About 60 Asian-American Republican Party members attended the reception and were invited to the stage, she said.

“I am a petite woman 5 feet 3 meters tall. I am ready to fight and I am brave. I determined. So please, I ask you to join the fight against Asian Americans,” she added, cheering.

“On November 8, we will see the results. We will bring victory to the governor – it will be a Republican governor, a Republican down vote and up vote,” added Sun, who endorsed the gubernatorial candidate. of the Republican Party, Representative Lee Zeldin.

Republican nominee Michael Henry for NY Attorney General of the State of NY speaks during the 2022 NY GOP Conference at the Garden City Hotel in Garden City, NY
GOP Candidate for NY Attorney General Michael Henry speaks during the 2022 NY GOP Conference at the Garden City Hotel in Garden City, NY.
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Earlier in the day, the GOP highlighted an increasingly diverse ticket compared to previous years – endorsing Joe Pinion as the party’s candidate in his US Senate campaign.

If successful in his fight against the powerful US Senate Majority Leader, Chuck Schumer, Pinion will be the first black man elected to the position from New York.

He told reporters Monday afternoon at the Garden City hotel: “I’m happy for the fact that I think in politics and I think in society in general, that we’re seeing more diversity, that we We are seeing more integration.”

NYS Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy
Nick Langworthy said, “We will stand with our Asian friends who have [had] crimes committed against them. ”
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“It really simply says that New Yorkers deserve better. The people of this country deserve better, and if you’re tired of division, we can’t keep voting for those whose first words out of their mouths are always about politics. our politicians,” he said, in a stroke of stroking Democrats.

The party also supported Paul Rodriguez, who is currently the Director of Developmental Operations in the Archdiocese of New York, for the Controller of State against incumbent Tom DiNapoli.

“For Democrats, diversity is nothing more than a shallow concept – nothing more than a group of people who look different but all think exactly the same, and God help you if you go. stray from their fundamentalism,” he declared in his address to the convention.

George Pataki speaking during the NY GOP 2022 Conference at the Garden City Hotel in Garden City, NY
George Pataki speaking during the NY GOP 2022 Conference at the Garden City Hotel.
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State’s Democratic Party Criticized in their own conference last month to exclude Hispanic officials from keynote speaking roles – this was met with backlash from leading governments such as Representative Harlem Adriano Espaillat, who The first Dominican to be elected to the House of Representatives from New York.

“As a Latino, I have never felt welcome in the Democratic Party. When people ask me why I’m a Republican, I tell them very clearly – my politics is driven by my values, not the other way around,” continued Rodriguez, before speaking in front of the room in Spanish.

‘Republicans care deeply about the Latino community. We may offer different solutions to the same problem, but our goal is always the same: the welfare and best interests of all New Yorkers.”

https://nypost.com/2022/03/01/ny-gop-forming-asian-american-caucus-to-fill-void-left-by-democrats/ NY GOP Forms Asian-American Caucus to Fill in Gap left by Democrats

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