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Join the New York Young Republican Club’s Veterans Caucus for the third annual Army-Navy Viewing Party prior to the 111th Annual Gala

For the third year in a row, and the second year before its prestigious Gala, the premier conservative and patriotic event in New York City annually, the Veterans Caucus of the New York Young Republican Club is having an Army-Navy game watch party and social. Whether you’re attending the gala or not, this event is a great opportunity at a low-cost alternative or a fun social experience alongside the Club’s veterans before heading downtown for the 111th Annual Gala of the New York Young Republican Club.

Who is excited to watch the DeSantis Vs Newsom debate? Join us for another members only watch party!

When: Thursday, November 30

Time: Doors open at 8:00PM

Debate begins at 9:00PM

Price: FREE (Members Only)

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Location: Address provided to ticket holders

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Complimentary drinks provided. BYOB!

Come party with the NYYRC Arts Caucus as we share our talents and jam out!

Join the NYYRC Arts Caucus for an evening of America’s Got Talent-style live auditions with an audience! Bring your guitar, bust out an interpretive dance, lay down some rhymes, or entertain us with your funniest jokes. We want to see what YOU’VE got! Audience members will vote to determine which acts move onto the official NYYRC Talent Show. Afterwards, we’ll keep the party going with an open jam session. RSVP here to sign up!

When: Wednesday, November 29th

Time: 7:30 PM

Price: Members – $15 / Non-Members – $25 | **DISCOUNTED $10/$20 TICKETS THRU 11/28**

Not a member? Join here!

Location: Manhattan. Specific location provided to ticket purchasers 24 hours before the event.

Complimentary drinks provided. BYOB encouraged.

NYYRC is proud to host a Hungarian evening in Manhattan featuring a panel discussion in partnership with the Foundation for a Civic Hungary

Join us for a Hungarian evening spiced with Hungarian music, champagne, and inspirational conversation.

Date: Wednesday, November 15th

Time: 7:00PM

Price: FREE (Please RSVP)

Location: Provided upon RSVP.

Join the NYYRC here.

Featured speakers include:

Kinga Gál Vice President of Fidesz, Member of the European Parliament

Kinga Gál was born in 1970 into a family within the Hungarian minority in Romania, in the city of Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca). In 1995, she successfully earned her law degree from ELTE University in Budapest. Since 2004, she has served as a Member of the European Parliament, where she assumes, among others, the position of the designated representative for Fidesz in the Committee on Foreign Affairs. In the year 2021, she was elected as one of the Vice Presidents of the governing party of Hungary. Beyond her political career, Mrs. Gál takes pride in her role as a devoted mother to four sons.

Ádám Kavecsánszki Chairman, Foundation for a Civic Hungary by Fidesz

Born in 1993 in Szikszó, Abaúj-Zemplén county. He is a proud alumnus of the well-known student-oriented city, Sárospatak. In 2016, he graduated from the Faculty of Public Administration at the University of Public Service. In 2014 he did his internship at the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice, and in 2015 he was a scholar at the State Secretariat for National Policy of the Prime Minister’s Office. Before getting his diploma, Adam spent six months in Australia with the Kőrösi Csoma Sándor Scholarship Program. He pays special attention to the Hungarian, cross-border, and diaspora communities who intend to strengthen their Hungarian identity and are proud of their Hungarian heritage. Since 2016, Adam Kavecsánszki has been the organizing director and then the general director of the party foundation of Fidesz – Foundation for a Civic Hungary. In February 2021, he became the chairman of the Foundation.

Gábor TallaiAdvisor, Foundation for a Civic Hungary by Fidesz

Born in Germany in 1970, he has been living in Hungary since 1980. He graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University’s Teacher Training College in the Hungarian history department, and later studied television journalism as a scholarship student in Munich. In 1997, his collection of short stories, titled “Árnyékőrző,” (Keeper of Shadows) was published by Kortárs Kiadó, and he was a founding member of the Fiatal Írók Szövetsége (Young Writers’ Association). In 2017, he collaborated with Afla Futaki to create their first comic book, titled “Budapest Angyala,” (Angel of Budapest) for which he wrote the screenplay. The comic has also been published in French by Glénat Publishing, and an Italian edition is available as well. The comic book showcasing the career of the globally renowned Hungarian footballer, Ferenc Puskás, was released based on the screenplay by Gábor Tallai in 2021. From 2003 to 2022, he served as the program director of the world-renowned Terror Háza Múzeum (House of Terror Museum). Since 2022, he has been the chief advisor to the Chairman of the Polgári Magyarországért Alapítvány (Foundation for Civic Hungary).

Additionally, Zoltán Mága, a renowned Hungarian violinist, will be performing with his son, Jr. Zoltán Mága. Egészségedre!

Join us to celebrate the New York Young Republican Club’s Outstanding Recruitment Award, presented by the YRNF and sponsored by the NYSYR!

At this past summer’s Young Republican National Convention in Dallas, the Young Republican National Federation (YRNF) awarded the New York Young Republican Club the Outstanding Recruitment Award. We are so excited to celebrate this accomplishment with you all.

The New York State Young Republicans are graciously sponsoring this bash!

A little bit about the NYSYR’s is that, since 2021, they have recruited 150 Young Republicans to run for office. Their candidates have flipped districts red at every level, including three of the four that were necessary to secure the Republican Majority in Congress. They have over $200,000 since 2021, with 90% of those funds being used to support their member chapters and Young Republican candidates around the state. Finally they are officially the largest and best financed YR state chapter in the country — beating out Texas, California, and Florida.

When: Saturday , November 18th

Time: 4:00pm-8:00pm

Price: Members: $20 / Non-Members: $40

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Location: Provided to ticket purchasers.

Complimentary food and drinks provided.

Read more about the history of the New York State Young Republican’s here!

Join us for a deployment for City Council candidate Ying Tan, running for New York City Council District 43!

When: Saturday, October 21th

Time: 12:00PM

Price: Free (Please RSVP )

Not a member? Join here!

Location: 8681 18th Avenue, Brooklyn

Food, transportation, and campaign materials provided.

Join the NYYRC Veterans Caucus for the annual New York City Veterans Day Parade, March with post-9/11 Veterans and join after for a social.

Join us and march with us if you’re a Veteran or friend of one for the NYC Veterans Day Parade in midtown. If you cannot make that RSVP here and join us for a social gathering after the parade where the Veterans Caucus of the New York Young Republican Club will be having refreshments and performing a short transfer of leadership ceremony from one Chair to the next, “passing the guidon.”

Join the NYYRC Women’s Caucus for our Pink-themed Relaunch Party!

The NYYRC Women’s Caucus strives to represent the interests of the conservative female demographic in order to further engage women in the Republican Party and retake control of the narrative surrounding women’s issues. We believe conservatism is at the core of female empowerment and invite women of the greater NYC area to join us in our celebration of femininity.

When: Thursday, November 2nd

Time: 7:00 PM

Price: $10 Members, $15 Non-Members

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Location: Provided to ticket purchasers within 48 hours of the event.

Complimentary drinks and snacks will be provided, BYOB always welcomed! Don’t forget to wear pink!

Happy Birthday Councilwoman! Join us for a pre-election campaign blitz in Queens, NY!

Vickie Paladino has held the line for her constituents, delivering a voice of reason and common-sense compromise in a Council often preoccupied with trivialities and ideology.

Vickie has stood up for our veterans, instituting the city’s first Veteran Resource Center in City Council District 19. She has stood with the NYPD and helped deliver a budget that fully restored police funding to pre-COVID levels. She has fought for our brave corrections officers against the radicals who want to close our prisons entirely. She introduced common-sense legislation to fight our destructive mandates and get our people back to work. She has stood with municipal retirees to protect their healthcare, and she’s fought hard to protect our children from graphic content in our schools. And much more.

Read more about Vickie here!

When: Saturday, October 28

Time: 11:00AM

Price: Free (Please RSVP)

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Location: Paladino Campaign Headquarters (212-67 26th Avenue, Queens, NY 11360 – In the Bay Terrace Shopping Center)

Food, transportation, and campaign materials provided.

It’s time to jump into your Lederhosen or your Dirndl, grab your beer stein, and yodel your way to the NYYRC’s Oktoberfest party!

Date: Thursday, October 5

Time: 7:30pm

Price: Members: $35 / Non-Members: $50

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Location: Provided to ticket purchasers

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Complimentary drinks and food will be provided, BYOB always welcomed!