Republican Mayoral Candidates to Attend Bronx GOP Dinner Tonight

Three Republican Mayoral Candidates to Attend Bronx GOP Dinner Tonight

As they ramp up their efforts to replace Bill de Blasio as New York City Mayor, three Republican candidates– Paul Massey, Michel Faulkner, and John Catsimatides– will be attending the Bronx Republican Party’s Chairman’s Dinner tonight, March 8th, at the Villa Barone Manor in The Bronx. All three candidates will be addressing the dinner’s attendees, laying out their visions for New York’s future.

“It’s an honor to host these exceptional leaders,” said Michael Rendino, Chairman of the Bronx Republican Party. “New Yorkers have had enough with de Blasio’s scandals and incompetence. This November, we’ll finally be able to put the de Blasio years behind us and elect a candidate this city deserves.”

Fred Brown (l) and Bronx GOP chairman Michael Rendino

This year’s event marks the first under Chairman Rendino’s leadership. Chairman Rendino and the Bronx GOP will be honoring its previous Chairman, John Greaney, at the event for his years of service growing the party throughout the borough.

Also attending will be Staten Island Assemblyman Ron Castorina, who is the evening’s keynote speaker, and four honorees: P.O. Frederick Winter, the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association’s Financial Secretary; Former Congressional Candidate Frank Spotorno; Businessman Darnell Sutton; and Wayne Gurman.

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