Posted by Voxara Admin · September 11, 2019 2:00 PM
September 11, 2001 is a day we will never forget. On that day, terrorists, motivated by hate, attacked us killing almost 3,000 people in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington DC. America’s response was brave and resilient.
TUXEDO, NY – Chele Chiavacci Farley (R-Orange County) released the following statement in response to Sean Patrick Maloney's recent interview with WAMC New York, where he declared his support for impeaching President Trump:
MAHOPAC, NY– Surrounded by residents and local elected officials, Chele Chiavacci Farley, candidate for Congress, and MaryEllen Odell, Putnam County Executive, called for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to take immediate action to prevent harmful algal blooms (“HAB”) from occurring in vulnerable waterbodies.
TUXEDO, NY -- After state officials closed the New Jersey portion of Greenwood Lake due to a harmful algal bloom, US Congressional candidate Chele Chiavacci Farley (R-Orange County) called for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to provide states with both scientific and technical assistance and funding to prevent harmful algal blooms (“HAB”) from occurring in vulnerable waterbodies.
The Campaign Raised $265,000 with $230,000 Cash-On-Hand
TUXEDO, NY– Chele Farley for Congress, Inc. announced today that the campaign raised over $260,000 during the first quarter. The amount exceeds its $200,000 fundraising goal. The campaign also has worked hard to keep costs low and was able to finish the quarter with $230,000 in the bank which is almost $100,000 more than her opponent, Sean Patrick Maloney, had at the end of his first fundraising quarter.
Today we come together as Americans to celebrate freedom. With controversies over the meaning of the American flag as a symbol and some media outlets telling us that America is just okay, it may seem our future is in doubt. But we can be confident that we live in the greatest, most prosperous country in the world, because of the ideals and principles our founding fathers declared 243 years ago.