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Business hit with Campaign Finance Board fine for billboard supporting BP Vito Fossella

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – The mystery of who paid for the billboard supporting Vito Fossella for borough president last year has been solved. On Thursday, the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB) held a public meeting to vote on violations and penalties for independent spending groups during the 2021 general election. The group of independent spenders included Ben-Chris Realty LLC, who the Campaign Finance Board alleged failed to file a necessary disclosure report.
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New York Post

Vito Fossella say he will sue NYC to block non-citizen vote

Staten Island’s next borough president vowed to take the city to court to block a controversial measure that would allow non-citizens to vote in local elections. Vito Fossella, who takes over as borough president in January, will challenge a bill sponsored by Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez (D-Manhattan) that would let non-citizens register in political parties and vote in city elections if they’re green-card holders or authorized to work in the country.
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Borough President-elect Vito Fossella announces members of his transition team

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Borough President-elect Vito Fossella has announced the members of his transition team, which will help prepare him to take office on Jan. 1. On Election Day, Fossella secured a convincing victory over Democratic candidate Mark Murphy and Conservative candidate Leticia Remauro, garnering 59.1% of the vote across the borough, according to New York City Board of Elections data.
STATEN ISLAND, NY
NBC New York

Former Rep. Vito Fossella Elected Staten Island President

A former Republican congressman from Staten Island won his bid to return to elected office more than a decade after a personal scandal derailed his political career. Former U.S. Rep. Vito Fossella left Congress in 2009 amid allegations he had a second, secret family. But he's considered a favorite in Tuesday’s competitive election for the largely ceremonial public office of Staten Island Borough President.
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