Paul-Anthony Cuesta Announces Bid for State Chair of The New York Federation of College Republicans, On First Day of Black History Month!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 02/01/2017
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A NEW VOICE FOR COLLEGE REPUBLICANS. TAKING THE NYFCR FORWARD!
PAUL-ANTHONY CUESTA ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR STATE CHAIRMAN
OF THE NEW YORK STATE FEDERATION OF COLLEGE REPUBLICANS.
White Plains, New York —On the first day of Black History Month, Paul-Anthony Cuesta is pleased to announce his candidacy for State Chairman of the Federation, pledging to bring a more initiative driven and energetic approach to heighten conservative values in New York States tertiary universities.
“I am interested in being your champion because of the doors that have opened to me as I became increasingly involved with the College Republicans. New York State has become more liberal, and we cannot continue to cede to our opposition’s efforts. The Great Ronald Reagan won our state twice, and we know that the spirit of New Yorkers, their grit and determination to succeed and their values are in line with our party, and as College Republicans, we must prove why they do. As your State Chair, we will together build upon the achievements of our past leadership and exponentially grow our initiatives so that we can become a more formidable force on the College Campuses. Join me in the fight for conservativism and the expansion of our values in the Great State of New York. We can do it together! Let’s take the Federation, Forward!”
Paul-Anthony is a lifelong Republican who has contributed his time and energy to growing conservative values by reaching across to a diversity of people. Besides his work at the Federation, he is also the Outreach Director at the Black Conservative Foundation, where his focus has been on assisting low-income communities that have long struggled because of liberal policies. Paul volunteers his time as an Emergency Department Technician at White Plains Hospital and spends most of his downtime at soup kitchens and clothing drives.