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Assemblyman Schmitt Announces Congressional Campaign Raises $281,000 in First Quarter

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New York State Assemblyman Colin J. Schmitt announced that his congressional campaign raised $281,000 in his first quarter as a candidate for New York’s 18th Congressional District, with $240,000 cash on hand.

“I am deeply grateful for the outpouring of support our campaign received from every corner of New York’s 18th Congressional District and beyond,” said Assemblyman Schmitt. “Our grassroots campaign has been fueled by the energy and enthusiasm of Hudson Valley residents who are concerned about the direction of our state and our country and who want change. Our growing ranks of volunteers and support demonstrate that we have the momentum we need to win this race.”

Schmitt’s impressive fundraising total came from 975 donors, including nearly 500 individuals residing in the four counties represented by the congressional district.

Westchester Republican Committee Chair and NY Republican State Committee Vice-Chair Douglas Colety stated, “Colin Schmitt’s exceptional fundraising performance and the broad coalition of supporters that he has brought into his campaign proves that he has what it takes to defeat radically-liberal Sean Patrick Maloney and represent the Hudson Valley in the U.S. House of Representatives.”

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Protest For a New Trial for Spring Valley Trustee Fonvil in New City

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NEW CITY, NY – Supporters of former Spring Valley Trustee Vilar Fonvil gathered outside the Rockland County Courthouse on New Hempstead Road on Tuesday.

Over a dozen supporters were peaceful holding signs asking for a new trial for Fonvil, calling into question the actions of former Rockland County DA Tom Zugibe and Richard Moran – executive assistant district attorney who prosecuted the case. Moran is currently employed by Orange County District Attorney’s Office. In June, Fonvil was sentenced to a year in prison on various charges.

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Assemblyman Lawler Raises $51k, Highest in Republican Assembly Conference

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PEARL RIVER, NY – Assemblyman Mike Lawler released the following statement regarding his most recent campaign finance filing, which was the fifth-highest haul in the entire State Assembly and the highest in the Republican conference.

“I’m honored to have the support of so many residents, labor unions, and businesses across Rockland County and New York State,” said Lawler. “Together, we raised $51,489.18 over the last 5 months and showed all the Albany insiders that we are here to stay.”

“With over $52,000 cash on hand heading into the second half of 2021, I’m confident we can weather any would-be challengers in 2022.”

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