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"The main hope of a nation lies in the proper education of its youth."
  1. Allocate resources to establish technical training and trade programs in every public school in New York State, providing students with alternative career pathways tailored for those who may not thrive in traditional college settings. Empower students to pursue the American dream by acquiring practical skills in trades such as plumbing, carpentry, and more. This initiative aims to cultivate a skilled workforce capable of revitalizing our state's deteriorating infrastructure, addressing both the needs of students and contributing to essential national development.

  2. Advocate for the reintroduction of civics classes in every school in New York, coupled with a requirement for community service hours as a graduation prerequisite. This initiative aims to instill a sense of civic responsibility and engagement in students, fostering a well-rounded education that goes beyond textbooks.

  3. Advocate for significant investments in state-of-the-art technology in classrooms to modernize teaching methods and enhance the learning experience for every student. This initiative aims to address the decline in test grades by updating our education system to better prepare students for the careers of the future. 

  4. Advocate for increased funding for afterschool arts programs dedicated to teaching kids music, acting, visual arts, and more in New York. This investment aims to inspire the next generation of world-class artists, fostering creativity and contributing to New York and America's cultural dominance on the global stage. 

  5. Advocate for a partnership with SUNY schools to attract top talent to the teaching profession in NY state. Propose a NY state program that offers debt forgiveness for individuals who attend SUNY schools and commit to teaching in NY state for at least 10 years. With the aim of addressing the teacher shortage and ensuring the recruitment and retention of high-quality educators in the state, promote initiatives that incentivize individuals to pursue teaching degrees. This proposal seeks to enhance the teaching workforce by providing a clear and appealing path for aspiring educators, ultimately benefiting the education system in NY state.

  6. Propose funding for a pilot program allowing counties to opt into having armed guards in schools by county in New York State. The initiative aims to enhance school security, deter gun violence, and expedite response times in case of emergencies. For counties participating in the program, funding would be allocated to deploy two armed guards per school. This approach seeks to prioritize the safety of students and educators by providing additional layers of protection and response readiness, ultimately contributing to a more secure and resilient educational environment.




  1. Oppose the implementation of NYC congestion charging tax. Given the transit challenges faced by Assembly District 29, such as limited subway access, imposing a congestion tax would unfairly penalize residents who rely on driving to Manhattan for work. The excessive taxation burden on citizens in NYC must be addressed, especially in areas with inadequate public transportation options. It's imperative to prioritize solutions that alleviate financial strain on residents and promote equitable access to transportation services.

  2. Propose a 5-year reduction in New York State sales tax, decreasing it from 8.875% to 5%. This initiative aims to counteract the effects of inflation and provide relief for families across the state. By temporarily lowering the sales tax rate, the goal is to alleviate financial pressure on consumers and stimulate economic activity. This measure seeks to support households facing rising costs and contribute to overall economic recovery.

  3. I propose an income tax cut in NY. Our state has some of the highest tax rates in the country, placing a heavy burden on millions of New Yorkers. It's time to provide relief and ensure that hardworking families keep more of their earnings. Let's make New York a more affordable place to live and thrive.

  4. Advocate for the creation of private-public partnerships to address the shortage of affordable housing for families. Collaborating with both the government and private entities, this initiative aims to pool resources and expertise to kickstart the construction of new affordable single-family housing projects. By fostering such partnerships, we can work towards providing viable housing solutions for families in need.

"Lets build the middle class again and end poverty."
"Prioritize New Yorkers and legal immigrants first."


  1. Support bill (S.8533/A.9167) mandating that local and state law enforcement inform Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) about the arrest or conviction of noncitizens. This measure aims to ensure the prompt deportation of individuals without legal status who are guilty of engaging in criminal activities.

  2. Propose legislation to make it illegal for individuals without legal status to purchase property in the state of New York, emphasizing the importance of legal residency requirements for property ownership. This measure aims to enhance national and state security, preventing potential misuse of property for espionage or terrorist-related activities by individuals with unauthorized immigration status.

  3. Propose legislation to prohibit individuals without legal status from obtaining New York state driver's licenses. The intention is to reserve driver's licenses for citizens and those with legal status, prioritizing safety and deterring illegal entry by restricting access to such privileges.

  4. Promote the amendment of New York City's right to shelter law to prioritize housing assistance for U.S. citizens. The goal is to ensure that taxpayer-funded resources are directed toward those who hold legal status in the country. By emphasizing the importance of citizenship and legal residency, the proposed amendment seeks to align the provision of subsidized housing with the principles of upholding the rights and privileges granted to individuals who abide by the legal framework of the United States. This approach reflects a commitment to responsible and targeted use of public resources, safeguarding the interests of citizens and lawful residents while maintaining the integrity of housing assistance programs.

  5. Propose legislation to amend New York state law to ensure that funds allocated for public assistance and welfare are exclusively designated for individuals with legal status. Ending New York's indiscriminate allocation of resources to migrants is imperative to uphold the integrity of public assistance programs. These funds should be reserved for citizens, ensuring that taxpayer resources are directed toward supporting lawful residents who are in genuine need of assistance.



"Let us rebuild New York for the future." 
  1. Advocate for a substantial federal, state, and city investment to extend subway access into Queens and comprehensively modernize the New York City subway system and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). This transformative initiative is designed to not only improve public transportation but also create tens of thousands of new job opportunities for New York residents. By expanding and modernizing these crucial transit networks, we aim to enhance connectivity, reduce commute times, improve safety, and contribute to the overall economic development of the region. This investment aligns with our commitment to sustainable urban planning, job creation, and improved quality of life for residents in New York. 

  2. Advocate for a price freeze on MTA fare hikes for subways, bridges, and tunnels, ensuring stability and affordability for commuters over the next 5 years. This initiative aims to provide relief to residents and enhance accessibility to public transportation without burdening the wallets of those who depend on these services.

  3. I propose allocating dedicated funding to address flooding in Queens and implement comprehensive measures to safeguard homeowners from the impacts of sea level rise. This initiative is crucial for investing in resilient infrastructure and adopting sustainable urban planning strategies to mitigate the risks associated with flooding. New York City, New York State, and the federal government must take proactive steps to protect citizens from the escalating threats of sea level rise. Urgent action is required to establish new private-public partnerships and leverage cutting-edge technology to develop effective solutions for protecting homeowners and ensuring the long-term resilience of our communities. This will also create jobs for thousands of New Yorkers.

  4. Advocate for investments in road infrastructure to enhance driver and pedestrian safety by piloting glow-in-the-dark lanes in Assembly District 29. This includes funding for illuminated lanes to improve visibility and road safety, particularly during low-light conditions. Additionally, allocating resources to develop new highway infrastructure and repair roads will contribute to easing traffic congestion, particularly in urban areas where traffic is dense. This comprehensive approach aims to modernize road systems, ensuring safer travel conditions and more efficient traffic flow for all road users.

  5. I propose advocating for pilot funding dedicated to daily trash cleanup in NYC, emphasizing the importance of maintaining cleanliness standards to prevent urban decay. This initiative involves investing in regular maintenance using state-of-the-art technology to keep our city free from filth, along with increasing the number of trash cans in busy areas with daily pickup. Additionally, allocating funds for monthly deep cleaning of each subway car will ensure a hygienic and comfortable public transportation environment. These initiatives aim to enhance overall cleanliness, hygiene, and the livability of urban spaces, promoting the well-being of residents and visitors alike. By addressing these cleanliness standards, we contribute to the positive image and functionality of our city.

  6. Propose legislation to establish a commission, consisting of tech leaders, business figures, state and local government representatives, and small businesses, tasked with formulating a comprehensive 62-county plan for New York State. Leveraging the expertise of various sectors, this commission will create a roadmap incorporating cutting-edge technology to redefine urban, suburban, and rural infrastructure in New York. The primary goal is to develop efficient and sustainable cities of the future, reimagining approaches to transportation, energy, agriculture, trash removal, and education. Following the commission's report completion within a year, the New York State Assembly will be required to vote on the enactment of the proposed plan.

  7. Propose legislation to allocate funding for the creation of new state-of-the-art landmarks in all 62 counties in New York through private-public partnerships. The purpose of these cutting-edge structures is not only to enhance the aesthetic appeal of each county in the state but also to showcase to the world and our citizens the remarkable achievements we can build together. This initiative aims to symbolize national unity, innovation, and the collective spirit of progress. Local artists would be commissioned to compete, promoting regional talent and diversity. Beautifying our state once more will make it more appealing and visually stunning, fostering a sense of pride and inspiration among our citizens, while leveraging private investments for sustainable development.


  1. We must allocate emergency funding to permanently house all homeless veterans seeking shelter, demonstrating our commitment to providing stable and lasting homes for those who have bravely served our nation. Let's make New York State a sanctuary state for veterans.


"We must take care of our Veterans."


"We must address and mend our ailing healthcare system."

  1. Promote private-public partnerships to construct new hospitals and healthcare facilities in areas lacking access to adequate healthcare services. This collaborative approach leverages resources from both sectors to address gaps in healthcare infrastructure, ensuring that communities receive essential medical care.

  2. Propose significant investment in enhancing elderly care by establishing state-of-the-art senior citizen homes. This initiative aims to provide top-notch facilities and services to meet the evolving needs of our aging population. By opening new, modern senior living centers, we can create an environment that promotes health, well-being, and community for our elderly citizens.

  3. Advocate for private-public partnerships to construct new facilities dedicated to the care of individuals with mental health needs. This collaborative effort aims to address the growing demand for mental health services by leveraging resources from both sectors. By establishing modern and specialized facilities, we can enhance the quality of care, provide necessary support, and contribute to breaking the stigma surrounding mental health. This initiative aligns with our commitment to creating a more comprehensive and accessible mental health infrastructure, fostering improved outcomes for individuals in need of mental health services.

  1. I support a New York state law that would allow abortion access up to 16 weeks except for rape and the life of the mother. I advocate for a conservative government that upholds individual freedom and autonomy, recognizing that it is not the government's role to dictate what is best for women and families. I also respect the millions of people who feel passionate about protecting life. Life is precious, and we want to ensure fewer individuals feel the need to get an abortion in the first place. To realize this goal, it is essential to allocate resources towards contraception, comprehensive sex education, and family care services like midwifery, fostering stronger family foundations and diminishing the likelihood of individuals seeking abortion. Concurrently, addressing economic barriers is crucial, ensuring that the prospects of raising a family and achieving homeownership are more attainable for all.


"Let's compromise and put an end to this debate once and for all."
Family Planning

Child Support Reform 

"It takes a village to raise a child."
  1. I propose vital amendments to New York State child support laws, aiming to refocus on incentivizing support for the necessities required for a child's well-being, rather than sustaining a particular lifestyle. The current laws are outdated and in need of reform to prevent the exploitation of legal mechanisms for materialistic gains, which could potentially harm the child. Introducing a cap on monthly payments, with a maximum limit of 15% of someone's income and capped around $3,000 per month, is a crucial step toward finding a balanced solution. We also need to have tighter restrictions on what child support funds are being used for. By empowering families to build wealth and fostering safe communities, we can create an environment that genuinely prioritizes the best interests of the child. Moreover, these reforms should act as a deterrent against individuals seeking to have children solely for child support payments to support a particular lifestyle, rather than for the benefit of raising a strong, healthy family.


Law Enforcement

"Let's pursue a balanced approach to policing."
  1. I fully endorse our law enforcement agencies that put their lives on the line to ensure our safety. To tackle the existing staffing shortages at the NYPD, we need to invest in recruiting more police officers. Furthermore, it is imperative to equip all NYPD officers with non-lethal gear, such as tasers, to enhance public safety. Additionally, investing in upgraded gear for NYPD vehicles, including tools like the grappler police bumper to minimize risks during car chases, is essential for maintaining a secure and efficient law enforcement environment. With the investment in improved high-tech non-lethal equipment for police officers, we can improve public safety, and the safety of citizens during interactions with officers and will keep officers safe.

  2. I support protecting police officers under qualified immunity. While it is essential to hold officers accountable for any wrongful actions they may commit, providing them with legal protection is important to allow them to carry out their duties without fear of losing their homes. Striking a balance between accountability and protection is crucial for maintaining a robust and effective law enforcement system.

Law Enforcement
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