PostHeaderIcon Serf Maltese Launches Bid To Be BoE Executive Director

Former NYS State Senator Serphin Maltese is running for the Board of Elections Executive Director Seat

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Maltese BoE Candidacy Likely To Swing Top Job To Democrats
8/5/2010 - City Hall News - By  Edward-Isaac Dovere  

Maltese bids to be city elections chief
8/5/2010 - Queens Chronicle - By Michael Cusenza

Former State Sen. Serf Maltese Launches Bid To Be New BoE Executive Director
7/29/2010 - City Hall News - By  Edward-Isaac Dovere

 

PostHeaderIcon Draft Larry Kudlow

FORMER NEW YORK CONSERVATIVE PARTY STATE CHAIRMAN AND CO-FOUNDER JOINS KUDLOW DRAFT
Former Queens Senator Maltese Calls Kudlow Rock Solid

(BUFFALO, NY) – Former New York Conservative Party State Chairman and co-founder Serphin Maltese today announced he will serve as co-chairman of the Draft Larry Kudlow Committee, a group working to recruit the popular CNBC commentator to run against liberal Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

“Larry Kudlow’s potential candidacy represents a very real opportunity to replace Senator Schumer, so I’m excited to work with Larry’s thousands of supporters,” said former State Senator Maltese. “We will work with Republicans and Conservatives to back Larry Kudlow who we are certain can give Schumer a run for his money and win.”

“Larry’s an accomplished pro-growth economist, but he is also rock solid on core conservative values," said Senator Maltese, a longtime advocate of conservative policies and principles. “He is a leader for a strong national defense, he’s a staunch defender of our Second Amendment rights and he opposes abortion on demand. These are the vital issues that concern all of us in New York State and the nation.”

Senator Maltese was first elected to the New York State Senate in November of 1988 on the Republican, Conservative and Right to Life Party lines. He was reelected for ten terms, serving the 15th Senatorial District in Queens County in the City of New York. He also served as Chairman of the Queens County Republican Party for ten years and he retains the title of Honorary Chairman today.

Synonymous with the Empire State’s unique conservative movement, Senator Maltese was a co-founder the New York State Conservative Party in 1962 and became its executive director in 1971. He ascended to the chairmanship in 1986. He also served as an advisor to US Senators James Buckley and Alfonse D’Amato and as New York State Chairman of Conservatives for Ronald Reagan in 1980. His is also a 25-year member of the National Board of Directors of the American Conservative Union.

Serph Maltese was an early backer and longtime friend of the late Jack Kemp, who Larry Kudlow advised on economics and monetary policy.

ABOUT DRAFT LARRY KUDLOW COMMITTEE

The Draft Larry Kudlow Committee was formed in Buffalo in January to gather support for the renowned pro-growth economist’s potential run for the US Senate against New York’s senior Senator Chuck Schumer. Senator Maltese joins founding co-chairmen Dr. David Tukey of Manhattan and Michael Caputo of Buffalo. The committee is registered with the Federal Election Commission but does not operate at the behest of Mr. Kudlow.

In just a few short weeks, the group is has gathered thousands of members at www.DraftKudlow.com and on Facebook at http://bit.ly/dDjSfp.

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PostHeaderIcon Serf Maltese Staff Alumni Picnic '09

 
 

PostHeaderIcon To Benefit Christ The King Regional HS

On July 15, 2009 at Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant in Rego Park, Associazione Culturale Italiana Di New York, Cav.Tony Di Piazza President, and their officers hosted a Directors dinner to benefit Christ the King Regional High School.

Attending the dinner to accept their generous donation were Serphin R. Maltese, Chairman of the Board and Thomas V. Ognibene, Vice Chairman. Participants and generous donors were Thomas Papa , Giovanni Migliaccio, Luciano Saladino, Cav. Joe Meccariello, Sal Ventimiglia, Filippo Barone, Jack Caliendo, Cito Truscelli, Joe Rapisardi, Tony Mule, Cav. Tony Di Piazza.

In excess of $5000. was donated by the participants. Chairman Serphin R. Maltese stated “On behalf of Christ the King and its’ students who will benefits from their generosity, I wish to express our sincere appreciation to the Association. We have cooperated together on many very successful endeavors in the past and look forward to an even closer relationship in the future.”