For this year’s primary, the city will be using the old lever machines. If you haven’t voted on one in awhile, check out this guide
from the BOE.
Aside from voting, the most important thing you can do is help Sal get out the vote. Read More
A Big Endorsement from Rockaway
A message from campaign manager Chris McCreight:
We woke up to some great news from Rockaway this morning: Sal received the endorsement of The Wave newspaper!
Even if you’re not a Rockaway resident, it’s worth a read.
Like Sal, the Wave is a feisty, independent-minded voice that sticks up for people that the political class ignores.
The editors saw what we’ve known all along. Sal “gets it,” they wrote. He’s “got a rich background unlike some of the career politicians vying for the job of Mayor.” Read More
Video: Putting Our Neighborhoods First
With just five days left until the primary election, Sal has released a new, 60-second web ad, entitled Neighborhoods First.
Sal, the only candidate for Mayor who has not accepted contributions from developers, has made exposing the cozy relationships between elected officials and the real estate industry a centerpiece of his campaign.
"We have a political class that has grown out of touch with neighborhoods like mine in Brooklyn," Sal says in the ad. Read More
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