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Beephan Files Over 1,600 Petition Signatures in 105th Assembly Bid

For Immediate Release: April 5, 2022 Media Contact: Press Assistant - 845.553.0697

Beephan Files Over 1,600 Petition Signatures in 105th Assembly Bid

Hopewell Junction, NY - On the morning of Tuesday, April 5, 2022, Anil R. Beephan Jr., candidate for the 105th New York State Assembly formally filed petitions with the Dutchess County Board of Elections to secure the Republican and Conservative lines for the General Election in November.

During an extensive petition gathering process, the Beephan campaign collected over 1,500 Republican signatures, which is three times the number required by the State Board of Elections, and 168 Conservative signatures, nearly double of what is required to secure that line.

Before filing his petitions Councilman Beephan said, “Thank you to our committee members, friends, and supporters for their efforts throughout this process. From day one, our campaign focused on restoring a responsive and accountable voice in Albany. I am touched by the outpouring of local support and energy leading up to today. Our team will continue this momentum through Election Day and on to Albany!”

Beephan, a registered Republican and elected East Fishkill Town Councilman, won the Dutchess County Republican Convention in March 2022 and has gained the endorsements of many County GOP leaders.

ABOUT: Anil "AJ" Beephan announced his candidacy for the 105th Assembly District on November 1, 2021, and has served the people of East Fishkill since 2018 as their Councilman. Anil attended Arcadia University where he studied political science. He later obtained a master's in Management at Harvard University's Extension School. If elected, Beephan would represent the people of the 105th District which includes Amenia, Beekman, Dover, East Fishkill, Fishkill, La Grange, Pawling, Union Vale, and Wappinger. For more information on Anil's candidacy please visit:


(Photo attached: Anil Beephan filing petitions with the Dutchess County Board of Elections)

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