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Jerry Iannece (l.) and Nily Rozic.
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Jerry Iannece

Bayside Hills resident and Community Board 11 Chairman Jerry Iannece said he thought the redrawn 25th Assembly district lines make him a perfect fit for the area, including Fresh Meadows, where he works as an attorney. With an endorsement from the Queens Democratic Party, he said his experience speaks for itself.

Nily Rozic

Fresh Meadows native Nily Rozic launched her first political campaign in the 25th Assembly race in June after formerly serving as chief of staff for Manhattan Assemblyman Brian Kavanagh. With hopes to influence the gender ratio in Albany, Rozic said she was campaigning for education, job creation and improving access to health services.

Updated 3:50 am, September 13, 2012
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Lou from Bayside says:
His experience as a long time political hack are reason enough not to vote for him. Its interesting how the pathetic Bayside Times always post his picture first. No wonder the Bayside times has to resort to giving away the paer for free. No integrity, candidate or paper!
Sept. 13, 2012, 6:30 am

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