PROCLAIMING JUSTICE & MERCY
NYCF PAC advocates freedom and justice for those who experience oppression. NYCF PAC also supports the bedrock American principle of equality of opportunity. Thus, NYCF PAC supports educational choice, urban renewal efforts that result in empowerment rather than dependency, stronger penalties to deter crime, enhanced efforts to crack down on human trafficking, and real reform of a political process that currently enables corruption. NYCF PAC opposes state-sponsored predatory gambling, special legal protections based on the amorphous categories of sexual orientation and gender identity, and policies that encourage or reward illegal immigration.
On January 20, President-elect Donald Trump is scheduled to be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. Thankfully, this date will mark the welcome end of President Barack Obama’s final term in office. New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms PAC will not miss President Obama. In addition to his blind adherence to a left-wing…Read More
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been unpopular with conservative New Yorkers for quite some time. The Governor’s gun-grabbing SAFE Act, his successful push for the redefinition of marriage, his full-throated advocacy of abortion expansion, and his 2014 declaration that so-called “extreme” conservatives have “no place” in the State of New York have alienated him from the…Read More
New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms PAC (NYCFPAC) is pleased to report that four of the six candidates we endorsed this year won their respective races. In New York’s 22nd Congressional District, NYCFPAC-endorsed Asm. Claudia Tenney (R, C—New Hartford) prevailed over opponents Kim Myers (D) and Martin Babinec (I) by a margin of 44%-38%-12%. Asm.…Read More
Albany, NY – New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms PAC (NYCFPAC) New York’s evangelical Christian political action committee exists to elect pro-life, pro-family, and pro-freedom candidates to political office in the State of New York. This year, NYCFPAC is endorsing five state legislative candidates NYCFPAC is pleased to endorse the following candidates for New York State…Read More
Election Day 2016 is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. In addition to voting for the next President of the United States, eligible voters will elect 34 Members of the U.S. Senate and all 435 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Here in New York, voters will choose one U.S. Senator,…Read More