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25 Reasons Why I Want To Serve You In Albany

Updated: Feb 4

When I first took office, I vowed to be your voice and advocate. As I humbly ask for your support for State Assembly, I reflect on the times that I proudly spoke up for our community. Here is a sample of what we have accomplished together:



1. Advocated for NYS DOT to ensure proper maintenance of State roads 2. Launch of the #HometownHotspot Tour to highlight and support local business 3. Place Pressure of NYS DOT to refocus efforts on improving dangerous turns on Route 376 4. Defend 9/11 Victims fund in U.S. Congress 5. Filed formal complaint with the U.S. Justice Department when religious institutions were unconstitutionally closed by Governor Cuomo 6. Held Optimum publicly accountable for poor service & rising costs amidst the pandemic. 7. Put NYC on notice that we will not allow their crime and poor policies to harm our residents 8. Launched the Hudson Valley Goes Blue for Law Enforcement movement across the region as police were under national attack 9. Held Wappinger School Superintendent José Carrion accountable for poor leadership and communication 10. Took the fight against the second shutdown of restaurants and small businesses to the Department of Justice and the press as we exposed Cuomo’s disastrous policies 11. Put Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal on notice that we do not support vaccine mandates when she introduced bills on the legislative floor 12. Took my anti-vaccine passport to the press as we advocated for medical privacy 13. Advocated against the NYS 55 cent-per-gallon tax hike proposal 14. Informed the state legislature that our residents and community need support with the newly discovered PFOA/PFOS contaminants 15. Called on schools to end cruel mask mandates amid the intense heat of the summer months 16. Defended religious exemptions when NYS unconstitutionally limited our rights amidst the pandemic 17. Advocated for FEMA assistance for those impacted by Hurricane Ida 18. Proudly Advocated for Sheriff Kirk Imperati’s appointment when our beloved Butch Anderson passed away 19. Advocated for our military service members that were threatened with dishonorable discharge over vaccine refusal 20. Filed complaint with DOJ over booster requirements for SUNY Students 21. Proposed stricter penalties for Human Trafficking in New York 22. Opposed Central Hudson’s rate hikes and called on NYS Department of Public Service to investigate high bills 23. Called on the state legislature to forgo their consideration of mandatory vaccines for students 24. Called on Governor Hochul to remove Covid enforcement burdens from local businesses 25. Joined parents on the footsteps of the Carmel courthouse as we advocated for the restoration of parental rights.


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Hudson Valley Lawmaker Stands By Pro-Business, Police, and Limited Government Platform





Councilman at-large Anil Beephan (R,C,I) - East Fishkill, New York

HOPEWELL JUNCTION, NY, February 01, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Anil Beephan, current East Fishkill Councilman, reflects on pro-business, police, and limited government initiatives during tenure.


Anil Beephan has demonstrated a commitment to supporting small businesses, law enforcement, fiscal conservatism, and smart development through his 3-year voting record. In Beephan's tenure as Councilman, he launched the #Hometown Hotspots tour, which provided an opportunity for businesses to give feedback to the town while providing free digital advertising, paid for by Anil, in return.


Additionally, Beephan launched the 'Hudson Valley Goes Blue in Support of Law Enforcement' initiative to help counter the growing national negative sentiment towards law enforcement. He worked with the community to create the movement that led thousands of residents to change their lightbulbs to blue to show their support for the police. The initiative gained traction across upstate New York and will occur again on October 13th of 2021.


"I am committed to remaining transparent and accessible to my constituents," said Beephan. "By continuously showing my commitment to my campaign promises and values, I am leaving no doubt to voters that I will follow through on my campaign pledges now and in the future."


In the wake of the pandemic, Beephan has also defended small businesses & religious freedoms while advocating for medical privacy and free choice. He continues to fight for individual choice and strongly opposes state-sanctioned vaccine mandates and passports. Beephan has also remained committed to advocating for parents and children during periods of uncertainty with schooling. Additionally, he held the Optimum (Altice USA) accountable to ensure residents had adequate internet access to complete work remotely.


Beephan remains an advocate for his community and is committed to making sure the voices of his constituents are heard at higher levels of government.


Councilman Beephan has been in public service since his youth. First, he served as a summer missionary in the Dominican Republic and Liberia. At 16, he joined the Hopewell Hose fire company, where he earned the rank of Second Lieutenant by the end of his 7-year tenure with the company. At the age of 23, after working as a Legislative Assistant and community Representative for the 41st New York Senate District, Beephan became the youngest Council Member in East Fishkill history. In addition to his Council position, Beephan currently works full-time in the IT industry, primarily providing support to emergency services.


Anil attended Arcadia University, where he obtained his bachelor's degree in political science. He later received a master's degree in Management at Harvard University's Extension School.


To learn more about Councilman Anil Beephan and stay up to date on the latest news related to the Councilman, visit https://www.anilbeephanny.com/.


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https://www.24-7pressrelease.com/press-release/484458/hudson-valley-lawmaker-stands-by-pro-business-police-and-limited-government-platform?fbclid=IwAR2BWPPBKfTsUR0zZTfdDVotoc_4mKSxi6UA95KZWNawxYKNmeOyZnsM4aA


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