Race To Represent: Meet the Candidates (Interviews)
1. Jumaane Williams - 1:57
2. Dawn Smalls - 20:39
3. Michael Blake - 39:58
4. Melissa Mark-Viverito - 59:23
5. Nomiki Konst - 1:18:20
6. Erich Ulrich - 1:35:54
7. Rafael Espinal Jr. - 1:54:27
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The Public Advocate is one of New York City’s three citywide elected posts, along with the mayor and the comptroller. ...
New York City’s special election for Public Advocate is on Tuesday, February 26. This election is an open, non-partisan ballot. All registered voters are eligible to cast a vote.
The Public Advocate is one of New York City’s three citywide elected posts, along with the mayor and the comptroller....
New York City Council Member from Brooklyn representing the 45th District
Co-Chair of the Council’s Task Force to Combat Gun Violence
Passed the landmark legislation in the City Council, including the Community Safety Act, which created the Office of Inspector General for the New York...
At Jareds law practice, he’s fought for the working man.. he’s fought for the elderly.. he’s taken on corporations and won. He’s helped the terminally ill, giving families and next of kin peace of mind and helped avoid financial hardships. He’s advocated for cancer patients and stopped unfair...
Council member for the 10th District of the New York City Council
Chairman of the Higher Education Committee
As Chair, Rodriguez focused on working to improve the number of New York City high school graduates who are college-ready, particularly the lack of Black and Latino students...
Assemblymember of the New York State Assembly, representing the 69th district in Manhattan
Prime sponsor of trailblazing bills, most notably the Marriage Equality Act, led bill to passage in the Assembly five times before it was signed into law in 2011.