1. What is the most important issue in Council District 10 you would address if elected?
Education will be of great concern to my office as a member of City Council from 10th District. This with a clear understanding that our children’s education should be a team effort between Home, School, Community.
2. What other important issues would you address if elected?
I stand for Jobs creation and Jobs preservations. Employees Rights. Rent Control Rent Stabilization and affordable Housing. I am for Tenants’ rights. Human Rights. I respect Renter and Management Rights. I promote and practice mutual respect among all human kind.
3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?
I am a people’s person. I respect people for the mere condition of being human. I respect people’s traditions, whether or not I understand their customs. I promote mutual respect, and I treat every one with dignity and respect. I strictly follow the Golden rule: “Do onto others as you would like others do to you”.
As a member of City Council from 10th District I will make special emphasis in crime prevention and street Safety. More funding will be provide for affordable health care, and Prenatal care. After schools’ programs and Day care Centers will have special attention.
Proper services for Senior Citizens and the Elderly people will be on the top of the Agenda.
Becoming a Council member would enlarge my abilities to make my contributions to improve ours neighborhoods. Tirelessly, I will work with the people of Good will for the constructions of better society, a society of fairness and justice for all without exceptions.
(Reprinted as supplied by the candidate.)
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