Party Enrolled In: Democratic
Current Occupation: Housing Director in the NYC Council
Previous Occupation(s): Constituent Liaison in the NYC Council
Education: New York University
Organizational Affiliations: Liberty Democratic Association
Prior Public Experience: The Attorney General's Office and the Mayor's Office of Economic Development and Rebuilding
1. What is the most important issue in Council District 15 you would address if elected?
As a Council Member, I will fight every day to ensure that every person has a fighting chance to earn a decent life. That means an affordable place to live, a job that pays a decent wage, and a school that has enough resources to meet the needs of its students.
2. What other important issues would you address if elected?
As a Council Member, I will fight for greater investment in public infrastructure (our parks, schools, and systems of transit); greater investment in senior centers that keep our elderly out of isolation; and greater investment in programs that keep our youth off the street.
3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?
As a product of a single-mother, working-poor household, I know what it's like to struggle. I have a record of delivering results for struggling Bronx families, from getting repairs for hundreds of tenants to getting millions of dollars worth of security for neighborhoods torn by violence. I have made Bronx homes more livable and Bronx streets much safer.
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