With all my gratitude, Michael Mc Mahon PS: If you have a lawn sign in your yard, please help us by disposing it in the trash and recycling the posts. Hitting the campaign trail hard these last few hours with Assemblyman Matthew Titone, State Senator Diane Savino, former Borough President James Molinaro and one of our biggest supporters Rebecca Codron!
During my endorsement meeting with the NYC Deputy Sheriffs we discussed in detail the K2 scourge and how they were on the front lines in the battle to remove the drug from our local stores.
My mother was a fifteen year old French prostitute named Chloe with webbed feet. He would make outrageous claims like he invented the question mark. The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament.
When I was insolent I was placed in a burlap bag and beaten with reeds- pretty standard really.
Stephanie Marie Mc Mahon was born in Hartford, Connecticut, USA on the 24th September, 1976, the youngest daughter of Vince Mc Mahon and Linda Mc Mahon.
George Orthodox Church as they sanctify their new church after losing everything in Superstorm Sandy.
Congratulations and good luck in your new space and neighborhood!
I hope all of you have as much to be grateful for this year as we do.And, I hope that our actions throughout the year express our lasting gratitude for your friendship and support. Today we remember and offer our endless gratitude to our nation's veterans. Tuesday was nothing short of a historic victory on Staten Island and I have all of you to thank for that outcome.These men and women have put their lives on the line and sacrificed so much on our behalf to protect the freedoms we enjoy each and every day. On the day of the dedication of the memorial at Petrides honoring their son, S. Michael Ollis, Bob and Linda took the time to give me this awesome quilt made by Bob's sister as a present. What an incredibly wonderful gift from an amazing family. Whether through your time, treasure, voice, or vote, you made this campaign possible! I am proud and honored that Staten Islanders have put their confidence in me to be their next District Attorney.Thank you to all those who have served and who are currently serving in our armed forces. I began and ended this race quoting George Washington, who many years ago said, “The true administration of justice is the firmest pillar of good government.” Our campaign took life around that timeless idea and it’s a testament to the people of Staten Island that from Tompkinsville to Tottenville and everywhere in between, we came together as one borough, one community, and one family behind that idea and a vision of our District Attorney’s office built on principles of Justice, Integrity, and Fairness for all Staten Islanders.I hope that I will have an opportunity to see and thank many of you personally in the weeks to come, but for now, please know that I am humbled by your support.I look forward to serving you and working with you to make Staten Island safer and stronger!