Local Residents Frustrated With Status Quo Political Establishment of Both Parties
Hometown Council Candidate Capano: “Voters Are Tired of Career Politicians, Including My Opponents”
Bob Capano, who spent several years as the emcee of music stages at the annual Third Avenue Festival, and is the Reform Party candidate in Brooklyn’s 43rd City Council District (Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst, Bath Beach) was enthusiastically supported by his neighbors as he walked throughout the event yesterday with Curtis Sliwa. Sliwa, in addition to his roles with the Guardian Angels and WABC radio, serves as the NYS Chairman of the Reform Party.
Capano, a businessman and educator stated, “It was great to be at the 3rd Avenue Festival with Reform Party Chairman Curtis Sliwa meeting local residents. I was thrilled with their enthusiasm for my candidacy for City Council on the Reform Party line. Voters are tired of the career politicians, including my opponents, and are ready to elect an independent reformer to represent our community. This festival is very special to me as it has been part of my entire life, and later, I was honored to serve as emcee for several years of the main music stages.”
Sliwa stated, “There is no doubt by the reception Bob Capano received, he is the son of the soil, hometown candidate. Voters are going to reject partisan politics and the political bosses and choose Bob Capano on the Reform Party line because they know he will always answer to them- not the political bosses and political establishment.”