42nd City Council District




Charles Barron Carlos Anthony Bristol no photo Winchester Key

Charles Barron

Carlos Anthony Bristol

Donnezzetta Brown*

Winchester Key

Prince Lewis Regina  Powell

Prince Lewis

Regina Powell

Carlos Anthony Bristol


Party enrolled in: Democratic

Occupation: Retired

Occupational background: Services for the Underserved (SUS): Supervised staff providing supportive housing to men and women 55 years old and above diagnosed with HIVAIDS. PRAXIS: Director of transitional housing services supervising staff to facilitate individual and group counseling sessions; Victim Services: Director of a youth anti-violence program: coordinating the Youth Families Community East New York United for safety initiative; St. Mary's Methadone Maintenance Program; Fortune Society: Director of adult counseling supervised staff to provide referral services to formally incarcerated persons and their families

Educational background: Master degree in social work from Hunter college B.A. from College of New Rochelle; Multiple trainings certificates for Domestic violence training i.e. Mediation and Conflict Reolution; Drug addicition

Organizational affiliations: Community board 5; president of the Barbey St Block Assoc; Homeowners Assoc; Churches United for World Wide Action; Neighborhood Advisory board; Trinity Justice Ministries; Association of Black Social Workers

Prior public experience: Offenders Aid and Restoration; Past Member of the PTA; Past member of community board 16 representing Hon. Assemblyman Edward Griffith; Save Our Homes vice chair; C.H.A.N.G.E.R. assisting folks in foreclosure; East New York Concerned Citizen Action Coalition

Email: Carlosbr6@aol.com


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1. What is the most important issue in Council District 42 you would address if elected?

High Unemployment. This negatively impacts every aspect of our lives especially our attitude and our ability to compete in society. I would bring seniors and youth together to discuss our future.


2. What other important issues would you address if elected?

Crime which is a result of poor political leadership. Health overflowing emergency room visits Neighborhood and community neglect Decaying streets and unsafe roadways The visable lack of respect for the property of others with grafitti I would provide funds to establish block associations for community development. I would explore hot meals for homework and tutorting at the library afterschool program for students.


3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?

I am a life long resident of this community and have always tried to make it a better place for all the residents. I have always advocated for this community I am trustworthy and I love respect and care for all.


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