Malliotakis Campaign Releases New TV Commercial Titled “I Love New York” (Vid)

November 3, 2017

NEW YORK – The campaign of Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, the alternative to Bill de Blasio in the race for mayor, released a new TV commercial titled I Love New York. The 30 second commercial, produced by BrabenderCox, premiered on New York City cable and broadcast station on Wednesday morning.

The script for I Love New York can be found below:

Let’s cut to the chase.

Our city’s being mismanaged and our quality of life is deteriorating.

It’s time to clean up New York.

As mayor, I’ll stand up for taxpayers who deserve good schools and subways that work.

I will support our first responders, not leave the country after a tragedy.

Instead of worrying about statues, I’ll focus on serious issues like homelessness, jobs and affordable housing.

I’m Nicole Malliotakis and I’d be honored to have your vote this Tuesday. I’m ready to work for you.


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