Sinclair News had the opportunity to speak with NY City Councilman and GOP Candidate for the US House of Representatives in New York’s new 6th Congressional District Dan Halloran Saturday in Manhattan at Liberty Fest III. Halloran says he is running on the Republican, Conservative, Libertarian ticket/Line to become New York’s new 6th Congressional Districts US Congressman. It is important for Sinclair News to point out that Halloran has in the past been very proud of the fact that he had the support of Liberty minded voters and some of those Liberty voters have taken issue with Halloran’s recent Congressional Campaign web site change which has chosen not to display the Councilman’s past activities, appearances and support with/by TX Congressman Ron Paul. As you will see and hear in the below video interview, Mr. Halloran says Liberty voters have to accept candidates who are “electable.”
Dan Halloran, a lifelong resident of Queens, is running for Congress to fight for our families in Washington, just as he’s done in City Hall.
Dan was elected to the City Council in 2009 on the Republican, Conservative, Independence and Libertarian lines to represent the Queens neighborhoods of College Point, Auburndale-Flushing, Bayside, Whitestone, Bay Terrace, Douglaston, and Little Neck.
Queens is the only home Dan has ever known. Dan attended local public and private schools and received an ROTC Scholarship to college. Dan’s family has served New York City for five generations. His great-grandfather was an NYPD police chief, his grandfather was an NYPD detective, and his two brothers are an FDNY firefighter and officer. His father served as a Deputy Director in the NYC Office of Management and Budget during the Koch Administration.
Dan served in the NYPD and in three District Attorney offices, helping keep our communities safe. Prior to his election, Dan worked in private practice as an attorney with the law firm Palmieri & Castiglione, LLP where he was a litigator, fighting for patients’ rights and representing New York City police officers as an of counsel attorney for the PBA.
For more information on Halloran visit his web site at Dan Halloran for Congress