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On June 22, Bronx Democrats will get to choose two Democratic candidates for civil court judge. Since the Bronx is heavily Democratic, a win in the primary is most likely a win for the nominees in November, and the new ranked-choice voting does not apply for judges. more
If someone drinks too much and gets sexually assaulted, the defendant can use it against them. An Assembly bill can close this loophole. more
My background in economics, law and government separates me from other candidates. However, I’m not good at self-promotion, and I don’t tell fictional stories as a ploy to relate to voters. For these reasons, my campaign lacks the pizazz of others. more
On April 15, I was sworn in as your New York City councilman. That day, I took an oath to duly represent you and your interests, and be your voice in government. more
We want change. We want leadership. This is our chance. more
I am running to be your District 11 representative on the city council, and I am running because while our district is currently a “majority minority” district, it has never had a minority representing its needs and reflecting its diversity. more
What kind of New York City do we want to live in? That’s the question we all need to answer on June 22. Will we work for true progress for all of us, or accept the failed policies of the past? more
After more than a year of experience with a pandemic, we all can ask ourselves this question: How have we changed? Have we re-evaluated our priorities? Our friendships? Our life goals? more
Sometimes I feel like we’re living through a season of hate. Between police violence against the Black community, random attacks on Asian-Americans, and violence against Jews across the city — including the recent anti-Semitic attacks on four local synagogues in my community of Riverdale — followed by violence against Jews across the country, it is hard to not feel overwhelmed by this rising tide of contempt. more
The recent outbursts of anti-Semitism in our city have deeply shocked many of us to our cores. Viewing clips of hate crimes, and listening to the chants demeaning our people and calling for an end to our existence, has gripped many of us with trepidation and anger. more
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