Comptroller DiNapoli & State Dem Chair Jacobs join Democrat Jon Kaiman, North Hempstead Town Supervisor Candidate, & Town Dems Ticket to open Port Washington HQ
100+ attend Grand Opening at 413 Main Street
Democrat Jon Kaiman, seeking election to return as North Hempstead Town Supervisor, and the entire town Democratic ticket – Veronica Lurvey for Receiver of Taxes, Town Council Members Mariann Dalimonte and Peter Zuckerman and Town Council candidate Christine Liu — and County Legislator D’Elia Deriggi-Whitton held the Grand Opening of their Port Washington Campaign Office, Sunday, September 10, 2023. More than one hundred Democrats rallied enthusiastically at 413 Main Street in support of the Democratic ticket to deliver financial stability and cost-efficient services for all residents of North Hempstead.
“Our ticket is comprised of experienced, talented, and trusted individuals, all with significant government experience,” Kaiman told the assembled enthusiastic Democrats. “We are Democrats, we are going to run as Democrats, we are going to win as Democrats and we going to win in November!”
Town Council Member Mariann Dalimonte stated, “I constantly work to be a representative that advocates for our community, making sure that I am accessible and nobody feels like that they don’t have a voice in the Town of North Hempstead.”
Other speakers included New York State and Nassau County Democratic chair Jay Jacobs, Town Democratic Chair Wayne Wink, County legislator Delia Deriggi-Whitton, Town Council Member and candidate for Receiver of Taxes Veronica Lurvey, former Congressman Tom Suozzi, State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli and Port Washington Democratic Club President Kim Keiserman who also served as Master of Ceremonies.
Special guests included Assembly Member Gina Sillitti, Receiver of Taxes Charles Berman, Town Council Member Peter Zuckerman, Town Council candidate Christine Liu, Former State Senator Anna Kaplan, Port Washington Police Commissioner Brian Staley, Baxter Estates Mayor Nora Haagenson, Port Washington North Mayor Bob Weitzner and Manhasset Democratic Club President Vasu Krishnamurthy.
About Jon Kaiman, Suozzi stated, “He has a tremendous record of real accomplishments that have made people’s lives better. He is a student of government and how government works and he knows how to get government and politics to work together to get things done to help people.
DiNapoli stated, “Jon Kaiman was born to serve. He’s spent a lot of time helping others and making a big difference.”
Kaiman previously served as a District Court Judge, Town of North Hempstead Supervisor for five terms (2004-2013) including devising and implementing its 311 Call Center and Project Independence for its senior population, chair of the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA), led the state’s response to Superstorm Sandy and currently is Deputy County Executive in Suffolk where as co-chair of the Police Reform and Reimagine Task Force, Kaiman worked with police, community advocates, legislators, union leadership and the public to reach an overall consensus on how the Suffolk Police Department, the 12th largest police department in the country, could better serve the entire Suffolk County community, producing one of the most comprehensive police reform plans in the State of New York with buy-ins from the community and the PBA and Chaired the county’s Opioid Task Force and co-Chaired the Police Commissioner Search Committee.
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