Tannousis Endorsed by New York Post

NEW YORK – Michael Tannousis received the endorsement of the New York Post on October 25 for his campaign for New York State Assembly District 64. Tannousis issued the following statement about the endorsement:

“As a longtime reader of the New York Post, I am proud to have earned their support.  East Shore residents deserve representatives who will stand with law enforcement and fight to keep our communities safe. The New York Post's endorsement of my campaign makes that very clear: ‘Michael Tannousis (R), a son of Greek immigrants who has served as an assistant district attorney in The Bronx and Staten Island, prosecuting serious felony cases involving violent crimes and drug sales, is the right pick to succeed Nicole Malliotakis and fight against radical criminal-justice reforms.’”

The Police Benevolent Association and the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association have also endorsed Tannousis for State Assembly.

“Your commitment to addressing the issues affecting New York City police officers is well recognized, and it will be an honor to have you representing our members in the Assembly. We look forward to working with you towards our shared goal of a stronger, safer New York,” said Pat Lynch, Police Benevolent Association President.

“As a lifelong Staten Island resident, you are committed to public service and focused on improving the quality of life for all you serve. This has been demonstrated in your work as an Assistant District Attorney. You have been tough on crime by prosecuting violent felonies and drug cases. Holding those who commit these crimes accountable and keeping Staten Island safe,” said Paul Nunziato, Port Authority PBA President.

More information about Tannousis is available online: https://miketannousis.com/.


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