Michelle Caruso-Cabrera
Why I'm Running
I am running for NYC Comptroller to help New York City bounce back stronger, more inclusive, and more prosperous than ever before for ALL New Yorkers!
Erik Bottcher for City Council
Erik Bottcher is a dedicated public servant and activist who has devoted his life to progressive causes and to the betterment of the community he loves. Now, he is running to represent District 3 on the New York City Council, which includes the neighborhoods of Greenwich Village, Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen. Erik believes that if we come together and rise to this moment, New York City’s best days are still ahead.
Latina Brown
Candidate for the Bronx District #17 NYC Council
Lattina Brown was born on November 18, 1984, in Harlem, New York, and later moved to the Bronx in 2006. Daughter of immigrant parents from Jamaica and Haiti, Lattina’s parents separated when she was just six years old. This experience along with her growing up in a Caribbean household taught Lattina many life lessons at a young age. Independence is the foundation of all the many lessons learned.

Luis Sepúlveda for Bronx Borough President

Senator Luis R. Sepúlveda was first elected to represent the 32nd Senate District in April 2018. His diverse district covers large parts of the South and Central Bronx. He previously served for three- terms as the Assemblyman for the 87th Assembly District.

I Am YOU!!

The People’s Candidate, Eric Adams for NYC Mayor

Like so many New Yorkers, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams grew up with adversity—and overcame it. As one of six children, born in Brownsville and raised in South Jamaica by a single mom who cleaned houses, Eric and his family did not always know if they would come home to an eviction notice on the front door or food on the table. And when he was beaten by police in the basement of a precinct house at 15, Eric faced a life-changing act of injustice.

Meet Tony

Anthony Herbert for NYC Public Advocate

When Tony was a teenager, a wave of gentrification cost his family their home. Tony was raised by a single mother who dedicated her career to NYC public school students. She taught Tony to appreciate education, hard work and family. They didn’t deserve to lose everything. As he sat in the abandoned building in Prospect Heights that was now his home, Tony made a pledge: he would make the city more equitable.

Since then, Tony has fought to give voice to the voiceless and opportunity to the marginalized. As a community activist, he improved the lives of disenfranchised New Yorkers by advocating for NYCHA residents, helping to reduce gun violence in our streets, and promoting job creation in underserved communities. Tony knows what it’s like to struggle – to fear eviction or worry about putting food on the table. So, he also knows how to help those who need a hand.