Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo reads to students in Ms. Kalos’ kindergarten class as part of Chatterton’s annual “Community Reading Day.”
I would like to thank the residents of the 2nd Senate District for providing me with the opportunity to continue serving as their New York State Senator. The ability to represent our community in the Senate over the past eight years has been a privilege and I look forward to working on everyone’s behalf over the next two.
On Thursday, November 11th, we will celebrate Veterans Day. As a proud supporter of those who have served, and continue to serve, our great country on a daily basis, I wanted to let you know of events that are taking place throughout the week to honor our veterans. I hope that you will be able to join me in celebrating that our veterans have done for us.
Tuesday, November 9th:
There’s still plenty of unresolved business coming out of the 2010 elections. There’s a lot of vote-counting left to do, and it will be weeks, maybe months before anyone can offer any truly accurate assessment of the impact this election cycle has had on politics and government in New York State and nationally.
But one thing we can say for sure is that, just like in the words of the old song, “a change is gonna come.”
It sure is. And the state of where it all stands in New York was reflected in the days following Election Day with headlines like “Now comes the real fight” and “Rough road is ahead.”
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Queens, NY, November 8, 2010 – With Election Day over, along with the mailers,
phone calls and commercials, State Senator Joseph Addabbo says it’s time to
focus on restoring faith back to the residents that their state government will
be responsive to their concerns. “Elected officials have a lot of work to do in
making people know that their state legislature can operate in a professional
and responsible manner.” The Senator understands that this will not be an easy
task given the general frustration amongst the public and the previous dysfunction