For Immediate Release:

GOSHEN, NY – On Tuesday, January 30, 2024, Alison Esposito, a 25-year veteran of the New York Police Department (NYPD), former candidate for Lieutenant Governor, and Candidate for Congress in New York’s 18th Congressional District, received the endorsement of New York State Assemblyman Brian Maher (AD-101).

It was time to get to work to secure our southern border before millions of illegal immigrants poured into our communities. It was time to get to work before countless families lost countless children and loved ones to the deadly fentanyl poisonin“As a police officer, Alison Esposito has dedicated her life to service and she will continue to protect New Yorkers and fight to defend our communities in Washington. Alison is the right person at the right time to represent us in Congress,” said Assemblyman Brian Maher. “A common sense wave will take over New York this election, and with Alison, we have a public servant who has been leading the charge to restore public safety, economic mobility, and personal freedom in the Hudson Valley. She has my full support and I know that with Alison, we’ll always have someone in Washington who will fight for us and our families every single day.

I am honored to receive Brian’s endorsement. He works hard every day to stand up to the far-left policies of one-party rule and has been a true fighter in Albany,” said Alison Esposito. “I know with Brian’s support we will work hard to ensure common sense wins on the ballot this November

Join Assemblyman Maher on Team Esposito today at AlisonEsposito.com.

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