The Bronx County Conservative Party Endorses Candidate Tina Forte For Congress Against AOC

Gonzalo Duran
Published on March 04, 2024, 10:21 pm
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Today, the Bronx County Conservative Party boldly steps forward to challenge Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) in the upcoming congressional race.

Patrick McManus, Chairman of the Bronx County Conservative Party, declared that after thorough deliberation among nearly a dozen potential candidates, the committee has selected the most promising candidate to effectively challenge AOC.

McManus stated, “Our party is deeply committed to serving and uplifting our communities, refusing to overlook or disregard their needs.” He continued, “Currently, we are engaged in a critical battle against the infringement of socialism, which threatens to degrade our county and nation. Our next crucial objective is securing victory in office.”

While many other parties may shy away from challenging an incumbent, we embrace this opportunity and call upon our constituents and citizens who seek meaningful change to rally behind our candidate for Congressional District NY-14, Tina Forte. We also encourage support for our full slate of challengers against the Democratic machine’s unfair system of selecting candidates, advocating for a process that allows the people to directly choose their representatives.


Gonzalo Duran
As a seasoned professional in both the military and civic realms, Gonzalo Duran brings a wealth of experience to his role as the Chief Executive Officer of Devil Dog USA Incorporated. A former United States Marine Sergeant, he not only leads a non-profit dedicated to supporting Veterans’ reintegration but also holds key positions in Bronx County’s political landscape, including Vice Chairman of the Bronx County Conservative Party and (C) District Leader for the 79th Assembly District. With over a decade as a CEO, Gonzalo is a multifaceted contributor to his community, excelling as an access producer, talk show host, columnist, chaplain, and advocate.