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Parkside Group Partner, Evan Stavisky, was honored by City & State as part of the Queens Power 50

Evan was deservedly recognized as part of City & State New York's list of "the most influential unelecteds in the borough." The Queens Power 50 recognizes the appointees, advocates, community leaders and others who are moving the borough forward.
 
From City and State: “Evan Stavisky, whose parents have both represented Queens in Albany, gained experience as a top aide in the state Legislature and assisted on many campaigns over the years. For the past two decades, he has been a partner at The Parkside Group, a leading political consulting firm. Working with partner Harry Giannoulis, Stavisky is the public face of the firm and manages its government relations and public affairs portfolios."
 
See the full City & State Queens Power 50 list here>>

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"Running as a capitalist centrist in a Dem primary is not always the strongest lane..” PSG's @EvanStavisky in ... @CrainsNewYork “..and it’s particularly made tougher when the 2 candidates leading in the polls, @AndrewYang & @ericadamsfornyc, are both running as moderate Dems.”

"Thanks to ranked-choice voting, like-minded groups of voters now have a greater chance of electing a candidate who ... reflects their preferences.." - PSG's @EvanStavisky in @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/07/nyregion/queens-republicans-democrats.html

[email protected] wins @TheAAPC North Pollie for "Best Television Ad for State Legislature" featuring @mannionfor50, who ... flipped a red district to blue in Syracuse, NY last year. Watch the ad here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyVZHgAwBH8 #Pollies

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