Yesterday was the first important financial disclosure of our campaign so far. Thanks to you, we knocked it out of the park.Read More
We would be delighted to see a real F express train, with no cuts to existing service - one that brings twice as much train service to all of our neighborhoods and actually meets the stated goal of accelerated service for southern Brooklyn.
But that’s not what the MTA is doing.Read More
While the ballot may be slim, the positions we are voting for play an important role in deciding what justice looks like in New York. Here’s who I’ll be voting for in the Democratic primary tomorrow.Read More
When you voted in April’s participatory budgeting vote -- to make a downpayment on an elevator at the 7th Ave F/G station, for diaper-changing stations in our parks, and for sewing circles for survivors of domestic violence -- you voted to improve public institutions we all rely on, to support those most at-risk, and to invest in the long-term future of our city. In the budget that the City Council voted to adopt today, we tried to follow those values as well.
It has become a maddening refrain, every time she drops a new policy proposal, grounded in a compelling vision for a more just and compassionate country. Thoughtful about race, gender, and class. With the details worked out and the new spending paid for in a fair and progressive way.
Yes, Elizabeth Warren has the best policies, but…
I’m done with the “but.” I’m endorsing Elizabeth Warren for president of the United StatesRead More