Whip it!: Assemblywoman appointed Whip of New York State Assembly’s Minority Conference

Congrats!: Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis was been named the Whip of the New York State Assembly’s Minority Conference.
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Whip it!

Congrats are sent to Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R–Bay Ridge) on her appointment as the Whip of the New York State Assembly’s Minority Conference. As part of the conference’s leadership team, the rep will be tasked with persuading Republicans in the chamber to vote with the conference on key legislation.

“It’s an honor and a privilege to serve on our conference’s leadership team. With Republicans so heavily outnumbered in the chamber, we fight tooth-and-nail to have our voices heard and stop bad policy from becoming law. We may be fewer in number, but work hard to ensure that New Yorkers who share our principles of less taxes and more fiscal discipline are adequately represented. I thank Leader Brian Kolb and my fellow Republicans for their confidence in me,” said Assemblywoman Malliotakis.

“Nicole has been a dynamic force for our conference and a tireless advocate for the residents of the 64th Assembly District. I congratulate Nicole on this well-deserved promotion and look forward to working with her to advance our Conference’s priority issues in 2018,” said Brian Kolb, Assembly Minority Leader

In addition to her Whip duties, she will continue serving as the ranking minority member of the Governmental Employees committee, as well as her work on the Ways & Means, Banks, Election Law, Corporations, Authorities & Commissions, and Transportation Committees.

Malliotakis’s District Office [7408 Fifth Ave. at 74th Street in Bay Ridge, (718) 987–0197].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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