Big Things From an Underdog Campaign Ahead of "Primary Day" Elections

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Republican revolution grows in Brooklyn as an "everyman" Joe Nardiello challenges the political establishment.

We're out to wash-away partisanship

as Joe Nardiello leaps onto the public stage with a campaign strategy filled with Big Ideas that he believes are a long time coming. Joe Nardiello ( intends to show voters that there is, again a reason to believe in elected leaders - amid a well-publicized era of corruption and self-interested politicians across New York State.

In a sincere attempt Joe Nardiello, a Brooklyn family man with 25 years of corporate business experience and high-level background in NYC economic policy for both former Mayors Rudy Giuliani and David Dinkins or two completely different Mayoral Administrations - is putting everything on the line to show that a "man in the service of others" can make an honest difference. He's applying a blue-collar work ethic, and an old-fashioned way of going directly to people's doorsteps - taking on the full-brunt of voter apathy and frustration face-to-face himself, across 4-5,000 homes.

"We're out to wash-away partisanship," says Joe Nardiello, "and reach anyone with an independent mind and people that simply have truly 'had it' with anything self-serving, of the pandering to connected groups, of playing to the media instead of going directly to people to listen to their concerns." Nardiello explains that his energy comes from a childhood and growing as a young adult before the 'Me-generation'. "We're returning the focus of what elected leaders used to be all about - focusing on those without a voice, to be that 2-way connection to government and fight for people in the most pure sense. And people can see that difference within minutes."

But it doesn't stop there - as Joe Nardiello is not only running as a Republican in a Brooklyn district that is heavily populated with Democrats that see the "R" word first, as a red flag. He's also running against the Republican Party establishment and has forced the first GOP primary in the history of his area of Brooklyn, to prove a point.

Joe Nardiello has also chosen not to accept "even a dime" of public matching campaign funds, which at a $6-to-$1 rate in NYC has proven irresistible for all other candidates at all levels -- but for Mayor Mike Bloomberg's self-funded campaign.

"This is the only way to prove to people on 'both sides of the aisle', that the time has come for true change. Why not here? Why not now? Why not with me?" Nardiello has taken the toughest road on purpose, as he says he forced himself to learn what public service is all about, expending every free moment at the doors of Brooklynites of all walks of life - "and I wouldn't want it any other way." Visit

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