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Endorsement: Brian Fox for New York State Senate (SD-26)

By October 19, 2022No Comments

The New York Young Republican Club is proud to endorse Brian Fox for New York State Senate for District 26. Brian Fox is a businessman and entrepreneur, who has lived in Bay Ridge since he moved for his budding financial career at age 19. Throughout the course of his career, he has witnessed the decline in quality of life for the residents of New York City. With the increase in violent crime, Fox agrees that the need for strong leadership and legislation to improve public safety has never been more urgent. Fox, as State Senator, will fight to end cashless bail and the Less is More Act, while working to remove District Attorneys who do not enforce the law.

Fox agrees that preservation of New Yorkers’ constitutional rights starts with the repealing of the SAFE Act, protecting the rights to self-defense, and securing the right to freedom of speech and expression. As state senator, Fox promises to fight to end the governmental overreach from the current democratic senators in Albany.

Fox reflects, “I’m honored to have the formal endorsement of the New York Young Republicans Club. It’s so incredibly important that we take our city and state back this November 8th. We are all less safe then we were 4 years ago. Our quality of life has been neglected due to self serving politicians. The progessives support for disastrous policies like bail reform and  taking away qualified immunity are just two examples of what has made us all less safe and need to vote them all out. As your next New York State Senator representing the 26th District, I vow to immediately reverse the crime pandemic we are in by immediately implementing more funds to the NYPD, and bringing back both broken windows policing and the plain clothes unit. We need to be tough on crime in order to take our city and state back!” The New York Young Republican Club encourages all New York District 26 voters to support Brian Fox for New York State Senator.