Maya Wiley, former lawyer for the de Blasio administration, New School professor, and MSNBC correspondent, publicly announced her 2021 Democratic mayoral bid this afternoon in front of the Brooklyn Museum. She was joined by State Senator Michael Gianaris of Queens, State Assemblyman Michael Blake from the Bronx, Upper West Side
Borough President Eric Adams. Todd Maisel/BklynerBorough President Eric Adams said Thursday that he would have arrested the men who over the weekend doused water on police officers. During the heat wave, two videos [https://time.com/5632901/nypd-de-blasio-water-police/] were recorded and posted to social media of people dumping water
2014 will be the first time in 12 years that New Yorkers will have a new mayor–and Talking Transition [http://talkingtransitionnyc.com] is hoping to connect constituents with mayor-elect Bill de Blasio [/blog/politics/bill-de-blasio-is-our-new-mayor-and-other-election-night-results] as seamlessly as possible. The organization aimed at making the questions, comments, and concerns
The New York Times [http://www.nytimes.com/projects/elections/2013/nyc-primary/mayor/map.html] recently released a map of votes for each Democratic mayoral candidate in the September primary by Election District. In our area, however–which seems to have voted so overwhelmingly for Bill de Blasio [http://www.
Last week, District 40 City Council Candidate Saundra Thomas [/blog/news/meet-saundra-thomas-district-40-city-council-candidate] asked locals to express the issues that mattered most to them by using the #togetherproject hashtag [https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=540841912647945&set=a.504482089617261.1073741829.498159610249509&type=1] on Facebook and Twitter. She says of
The Shirley Chisholm Democratic Club [https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shirley-Chisholm-Democratic-Club/326278417475185?ref=stream] will be hosting a candidate forum at the Salem Missionary Baptist Church [http://salemmbc.wix.com/salem-missionary-baptist#!vstc2=page-6] (305 E 21st St. between Albemarle Rd. and Regent Pl.) this Thursday, May 16, at 7pm. Mayoral