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United States House of Representives New York District 22
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KICINSKI FOR CONGRESS
Kicinski Recognizes Memorial Day
Michael Kicinski, congressional candidate for the New York 22nd District and on the ballot for the Republican Primary set for June 26, has issued this press release concerning Memorial Day.
"My words alone are inadequate to express my appreciation for all those who have served, or are serving, in our military," Kicinski said. "I hope my actions will reflect that appreciation as we work to preserve our freedoms that so many have sacrificed or died to protect."
Michael Kicinski has secured a position on the New York District 22 Republican Primary, set for June 26. Kicinski is running as a "Citizen Representative," to be a Constitutional Representative of the People. "YOUR Voice forNew York."
His campaign is emphasizing the differences between himself and his opponent. Kicinski says that incumbent Richard Hanna is not representing the people, and is failing to support our troops and their citizen rights.
Richard Hanna recently voted "YES"for the flawed NDAA bill (National Defense Authorization Act) that does not safeguard the Constitutional Rights of citizens of the United States at home or on foreign soil, including those serving in our Armed Forces. Richard Hanna voted "NO" on an Amendment to remove the provisions for detaining US citizens. Kicinski said "Richard Hanna should prove his own words of his 'duty to honor' our veterans by following his oath of office to defend the Constitution and protect our freedoms. He had a chance to do it, but failed."
Kicinski says that Hanna is not respecting this National Holiday.
"Richard Hanna has politicized this solemn day of remembrance by using the events as campaign stops," said Kicinski. An email from Hanna for Congress announced "Team Hanna will participate in parades from Binghamton to Utica." Kicinski continued, "Instead of campaigning during Memorial Day remembrances, Mr. Hanna should be showing his support to our troops through proper voting in Congress."
Mike Kicinski and his family attended the Earlville Memorial Day parade and Memorial Day Service at the Earlville Cemetery. "We must always remember not only those who died for our Nation, but the family and friends of those brave men and women," said Kicinski. "They also gave and sacrificed for our freedoms."
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