John Tabacco

Key Facts

Party Independent
Status Challenager

Background

Tabacco is a lifelong Staten Island resident. Tabacco has three children with his wife Tracey. Tabacco is a graduate of St. John’s University and was a former Varsity Football Coach at McKee High School. Tabacco has served as an expert on economic issues to the Banking & Judiciary Committees of the U.S. Senate & the U.S. House of Representative’s Financial Services Committee. Tabacco is also a member of the NY State Pension Task Force.

Key Issues

Corruption

Tabacco accuses de Blasio, the current mayor of NYC, of being corrupt and implicates Chirlane McCray, the wife of de Blasio, of having swindled a billion dollars from taxpayers.

Small Businesses

Tabacco supports businesses who are going against proposed vaccine mandates by some NYC politicians and wants to focus on businesses rather than poverty, drugs, mental health, homelessness, and education.

Pensions

Tabacco believes that the mayoral candidates should focus more on the pension which he claims will “implode” instead of issues like street vendors.

Sports

Tabacco thinks that it’s important for kids to play again after the coronavirus through leagues and other athletic activities.

Education

Tabacco wants to get kids back in school.

Endorsements

Staten Island Republican Party; Brooklyn Republican Party; Bernie & Sid; Independence Party; Senator Lanza; Frank Morano; Eric Ulrich

Sources

Twitter

Paul Davis

Key Facts

Party Independent
Race Governor
Status Challenger

Background

Paul Davis earned his associate’s degree from Thomas Nelson Community College and bachelor’s degree from Old Dominion University. He is the sixth grandson of President John Adams.

Key Issues

Healthcare

Davis supports expanding health care rights and outlawing mandatory vaccinations.

Education

Davis wants to increase access to secondary education. He hopes to fully accredit all Virginia schools.

Small Businesses

Davis believes in allowing small businesses to open without restrictions.

Endorsements

N/A

Sources

Paul Davis

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Paul Davis Twitter