FOX: Curtis Sliwa Interviewed on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

September 11th this year marked an important milestone for all Americans, but especially those currently living or who have lived in New York City in the past. September 11th 2021 marked the 20 year anniversary of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center. Now, on a day of somber remembrance, Curtis Sliwa appeared on […]

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Curtis Sliwa Applauds Andrew Yang’s Decision to Start a New Third Party

PRESS CONFERENCE, FRIDAY, SEP 10 AT 1 PM CAMPAIGN HQ, 450 7TH AVENUE, SUITE 707, NYC & LIVE STREAMING ON FACEBOOK   NEW YORK:  Yesterday, news broke from multiple media outlets that former NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang will be leaving the Democratic Party and starting a new third party. “I fully support this decision,” Curtis Sliwa said. “I wish Andrew […]

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PoliticsNY: Sliwa Education Plan Calls for More School Choice

In his pursuit of the position of Mayor of New York City, Curtis Sliwa has made his position on several important issues facing New Yorkers very well known. Famously, Sliwa is known for his staunch pro-law enforcement and pro-animal rights platforms. However, Sliwa’s position are much more far reaching than that, and one topic that […]

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Curtis Sliwa Releases His Comprehensive Education Policy Proposal: 12-point Plan for Reimagining K-12 Education and Beyond

PRESS CONFERENCE, THURSDAY, SEP 9 AT 11:30 AM CAMPAIGN HQ, 450 7TH AVENUE, SUITE 707, NYC & LIVE STREAMING ON FACEBOOK   NEW YORK:September 9, 2021 —   New York City Mayoral Candidate Curtis Sliwa will release a detailed 12-point plan to reform and improve New York City’s education system at an 11:30 AM press conference on Thursday at his campaign headquarters in […]

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Daily News: Curtis Sliwa Asks Hochul and de Blasio to Visit Sewers After Hurricane Ida

Last week, much of New York City was rocked hard by the unexpected impact of Hurricane Ida. The severe stormy weather led to flash flooding throughout several parts of the city, and across every borough. While some neighborhoods were fortunate enough to be at a high-enough level or to have proper drainage to keep the […]

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