Ramondelli Acknowledged for Affirming Commitment to Reform BY ED KOCH

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Koch_EdwardIrving-standing  In a letter addressed to Mike Ramondelli, the endorsed Republican candidate vying to represent the 93rd Assembly District, the Honorable Ed Koch, former Mayor of New York City wrote, “Thank you for publicly affirming your commitment to reform New York State government by signing New York Uprising’s three pledges.”


“As the founder of New York Uprising, and on behalf of the other Trustees, I am pleased to award you with this Seal of Approval.  It denotes that you have signed the three pledges committing to support the specific reforms that we believe will provide good government if implemented.  As you know, these reforms are in the areas of:  Independent Redistricting, Ethical Government and Responsible Budgeting.

“At this moment we are not taking a position favoring one candidate over another.  However, this seal attests to your commitment to reform, and we encourage you to use it to promote that fact.  Please let us know if you would like a high-res copy for the web, direct mail, etc.  You may also use this quote from me for the same purpose:

“I applaud Mike Ramondelli as a “Hero of Reform” for signing the three New York Uprising pledges. This year voters are counting on candidates to commit to specific reforms in advance, as Mike has done. I look forward to working with him to see them swiftly implemented should he be elected.” —Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch, Founder, NY Uprising

Mark Botnick and Adam Riff, New York Uprising Co-Executive Directors, are always available to you.

“I am very pleased we are working together in our endeavor to reform the Albany legislature and make it once again a legislature that we can praise and be proud of.  Hopefully, the word “dysfunctional” will no longer aptly describe the legislature as it presently does.  I look forward to our working together to see these reforms accomplished.”

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Comments 13

  1. hahahahahahaha Joe Dahli turned the parking authority around all right. They are now broke and looking for loans from everyone. As far as mr romandelli is concerned. I would like him to answer the question about the rumors that have been going around. have you ever been charged with stalking or domestice abuse?? we deserve to know

  2. Well…let’s worry about the the wrong “MIKE”(spaNO),he has been in Albany for 16 YEARS…enough is enough..Joe Dalli, as far as I know..works and turned around the Parking Authority budget in the past years…so let it go,and face the facts,MIKE SPANO HAS TO GO……….16 YEARS OF SPANO IS ENOUGH..LET’S MOVE ON……

  3. Great idea, but Unfortunately, the politicians who sign on to your crusade, pledging their support. and get re-elected. will still vote along party lines. They will not reform their politics. we will be back to where we are now. “A Dysfunctional Government”.if this state really wants re-form? the only way to achieve it, is to Vote everybody out of office, and start anew.

  4. Oh wow, what a ringing endorsement….he gets a mail-merge from letter from former Mayor Koch, probably sent to thousands….OK

  5. Ding Dong
    Joe Dalli shows up for work and gets his job done. Can we say the same about spaNO and that scarf women? I don’t see them in Albany, and I CERTAINLY do not see a budget. They are doing NOTHING, but they WILL collect their deferred salaries once the budget gets passed, and all their travel expenses are being paid.
    So who is ripping off whom?

  6. Ding Dong
    Joe Dalli shows up for work and gets his job done. Can we say the same about spaNO and that scarf women? I don’t see them in Albany, and I CERTAINLY do not see a budget. They are doing NOTHING, but they WILL collect their deferred salaries once the budget gets passed, and all their travel expenses are being paid.
    So who is ripping off whom?

  7. Ding Dong
    Joe Dalli shows up for work and gets his job done. Can we say the same about spaNO and that scarf women? I don’t see them in Albany, and I CERTAINLY do not see a budget. They are doing NOTHING, but they WILL collect their deferred salaries once the budget gets passed, and all their travel expenses are being paid.
    So who is ripping off whom?

  8. This guy doesn’t have a snow balls chance in hell.
    By the way… isn’t it illegal for Joe Dalli, the director at the Yonkers Parking Authority, running Ramondelli’s campaign during work hours? This needs to be looked at.

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