Category Archives: The Campaign Trail

Parente Supporters Gather for Fundraiser

 

Councilmen Lou Trangucci, Richard St. Paul, and Al Tarrantino were on hand to offer their support for Peter

The room was filled to capacity as supporters joined to show their support for District 3 candidate Peter Parente. Hosted by the Post Road Ale House, the event attracted a host of new supporters to mingle with  friends and neighbors.

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Parente Volunteers Called into Action

The room was filled with a lively crowd of volunteers as candidate Peter Parente outlined his plan for success in the upcoming special election for the New RochelleDistrict 3 seat. Enthusiasm filled the room as the supporters signed up for their campaign tasks. Clearly, the  question most asked throughout the evening had to be “Peter, how can I help?”  Quite a team!

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Peter Parente Meets With N.R.Citizens Reform Club

 

Local activist Peggy Godfrey and neighbor, Marino listen in as Peter lays out his vision of a new direction for the city

 

 Peter Parente was on hand to answer questions at last nights meeting of the New Rochelle Citizens Reform Club. Among topics discussed were the tax burdens being placed  on residents, and a call for the adoption of a common sense approach towards fiscal responsibility. The enthusiastic crowd was supportive and welcomed the  vision Peter has for the city. As one person put it, “it just feels right”. 

Peter Parente Meets With Uniformed Firefighters Association Members

Peter Parente Thanks Marc McClean of the UFFA PAC for His Time

Peter Parente had the opportunity to sit down with members of the Political Action Committee serving the Uniformed Firefighters Association of New Rochelle. As a long time supporter of New Rochelle’s Bravest, it comes as no surprise that Peter was more than grateful for the time spent with these local heroes.

Peter Parente Talks Issues With Neighbors in the East End

Peter Parente listens to resident concerns

Frank, a resident of New Rochelle for 40 years, talks about taxes with Peter

Kicking off his campaign with a door to door meet and greet, candidate Peter Parente was visiting residents in the East End section of New Rochelle this weekend. Along Lyons Place he met up with Frank, a resident of New Rochelle for 40 years. Distraught over his school and property taxes nearly doubling in recent years, Frank asks Peter to help put an end to the rising cost of being a resident in New Rochelle.