Tom Zmich a Union Member, Veteran, Congressional candidate representing America's Silent Majority
Protect and support law enforcement
Defend America by stopping socialism and preserving our history
Protect our constitutional rights such as freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms
“ I am running for the United States Congress in CD6 Queens, NY. I feel that I have been called to serve God and our Country again, and to STOP the progressive agenda of the Democratic party. With your support, I know that we will be able to make a huge impact, simply by challenging my opponent on the issues facing our Nation today ”.
Candidate for Congress
CD6 Queens, NY
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I will be
Reduce Waste and Governmental Spending
Increase Tax Cuts for American Workers
Support Education Vouchers and Choice, while ending Common Core
Implement a Simple and Common Sense Immigration System
Council Housing Plan for the Working Poor and Homeless
Sustainable Energy: Fund Research and Development of Thorium Nuclear Reactors
Tom is a proud American who served in the U.S. Army Reserve and wants to continue his service in Washington.
Tom will serve our diverse neighborhoods, uniting all of Queens, NY with your help.
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PROTECT OUR FREEDOM.
Tom's family has a strong history of serving our Country. His grandfather served in the U.S. Army in WWI, his father served in the U.S. NAVY in WWII, his brother served in the U.S. Navy in Vietnam, and Tom is a Veteran of the U.S. Army Reserve where he served during the first Gulf War (1991). Tom is also a 35-year member of BAC Local 1 NY. He has the first-hand knowledge and experience to stand up and continue to fight for our freedom. Tom will:
Increase and delegate proper funding for our Military and Veterans
Uphold Law and Order - DEFEND (budgets and qualified immunity) not DEFUND the Police
Curb the DNC's radical agenda
Reinforce our God-given inalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness