2006-05-12 / Community

Conservative Seeking Candidates For Nov. Election

Queens County Conservative Party leaders continue to interview potential candidates for public office in the November 2006 election.

"Queens County Conservatives know the importance of promoting family values, including supporting education tax credits for poor families, and blocking laws that will permit the distribution of dangerous drugs to minors," said Raquel Lacomba Walker, Political Affairs Chairwoman of the Queens County Conservative Party. "If you're the type of person who uses their moral reason to make decisions, the Conservative Party is for you. We stand by our principles."

The November 2006 election and other importance election issues will be on the agenda of the upcoming meeting of the Queens County Conservative Party, set for Thursday, May 18 at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Continental Post 1424, 107-15 Metropolitan Avenue, Forest Hills. Candidates in the November 2006 election, and some elected officials including Senator Serphin Maltese and Assemblyman Tony Seminerio, are scheduled to speak. All are welcome.

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