Reform Party Chairman Endorses Perini

perini 3On Sunday August 27 at 1pm, the New York Reform Party Chairman, Curtis Sliwa, hosted a rally at the American Legion Post 360 (1 Mill Dam Rd., Huntington, NY 11743) for Suffolk County District Attorney candidate, Ray Perini. Over 125 Suffolk County residents attended the rally after reports surfaced that Democratic party bosses filed more than the six signatures needed to wage what is formally known as an “opportunity to ballot” to try and steal the Reform Party line.
“Fair and honest elections are the foundation of the democratic process. When party leaders take away all the choices by running the same candidate on every line, democracy suffers, voter participation goes down and corruption triumphs,” said Ray Perini. “This is another attempt by the corrupt party bosses, the same people that gave us Burke and forced cross-endorsements, to control the democratic process.”
Sliwa called on all residents of Suffolk County to support the true reform candidate for Suffolk DA – Ray Perini.
“If we want to end corruption and make Suffolk County safe again, we must elect Ray Perini for Suffolk County DA. He has the experience and the guts to stand up to the party bosses,” said Curtis Sliwa. “With the murder rate up 38% and 400 opioid overdoses a year, Suffolk County deserves a professional prosecutor like Ray. The Reform Party is committed to term limits and giving voters a choice, not a rubber stamp.”
In 1976, Ray was recruited by the Suffolk County District Attorney to start the Narcotics Bureau. He remained as Chief Narcotics Prosecutor until 1989. While in the District Attorney’s office, Ray also founded the East End Drug Task force and went to Congress to have the Long Island DEA Task Force reinstated. Over the past 40 years, Ray has successfully prosecuted drug dealers, gang members, and corrupt politicians. He is running to for Suffolk DA to make residents proud again and put an end to the corruption that plagues Long Island.

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