30th City Council District



Anthony Como
[ Republican ]

Elizabeth S. Crowley
[ Democratic ]


Anthony Como



Party enrolled in: Republican

Occupation: Councilman for the 30th Council District

Occupational background: Assistant District Attorney under Queens District Attorney Richard Brown, Commissioner of the Board of Elections and Counsel for New York State Senator Serphin Maltese

Educational background: Councilman Como attended Queens College where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. Mr. Como then attended Hofstra University School of Law where he received his J.D. degree and was admitted to the New York State Bar in October of 2001

Organizational affiliations: Anthony Como has been affiliated with many civic and community organizations. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Peter Cardella Senior Center, Italian Charities of America and the Italian American Federal Credit Union, he also served on the Executive Committee of the Queens County Republican Party and was also a member of the Middle Village Republican Club, Rego, Middle Village Property Owners, Glendale Civic Association, UNICO Organization of Queens County, Order Sons of Italy in America, Mario Lanza Lodge in Middle Village Queens Inc, Glendale Kiwanis and Congress of Italian-Americans Organization, Inc

Prior public experience: Anthony Como has continuously worked with elected officials,community groups, schools and residents to help resolve issues that concern them. He has been recognized by various organizations for his dedication to the community

Contact my campaign: reelectcomoforcitycouncil@gmail.com



1. What is the most important issue in Council District 30 you would address if elected?

My contention has always been that there is not one single issue that is most important in Council District 30th. Education, senior citizen and youth issues, overdevelopment, preservation, and public safety are all important areas of concern for the residents of the 30th Council District.


2. What other important issues would you address if elected?

Flooding is a serious problem in 30th District. I will meet with the Department of Environmental Protection to make sure that they address the serious flooding that plagues our area.


3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?

As a life long resident of the area I know and understand the issues concerning the community. For many years I have been involved in meetings with elected officials, city agencies, school administrators, community groups and residents to hear concerns and address problems facing residents.


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