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The June 23rd election is just days away! Join Julia Salazar, Jumaane Williams, Scott Stringer, Antonio Reynoso, Tiffany Caban, Nydia Velasquez, Samuel Nemir-Olivares, and more to talk about what’s at stake in this election, and to psyched to Get Out The Vote.
We’ll be going live from Julia Salazar’s page on Saturday at 7:30PM!
State Senator Julia Salazar argues in a Q&A that policing reforms “have failed” and that funds should be reinvested into other services; she also lays out bills she is supporting to improve accountability. “These changes won’t be made unless we demand them loudly and relentlessly,” Salazar said.
The Senator discusses issues that impact her District of Bushwick, Cypress Hills, Greenpoint and Williamsburg, with parts of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownsville and East New York.
The bill would give every tenant in New York State the right to a renewal lease and protection against unreasonable rent increases, and would require landlords to have “just cause” to evict a tenant in an unregulated or “market-rate” housing unit.
State Sen. Julia Salazar introduced a bill in the New York State Senate […] to place new limitations on buyouts of rent-regulated apartments.
In New York City, the Democratic Socialists of America are running a six-candidate socialist slate aiming for state and national office. It will serve as a test run for socialist organizing in the age of coronavirus.
The Brooklyn Dem crashed an in-house meeting Wednesday called by the head of fine art moving company UOVO to try and talk employees out of joining a union, according to the president of Teamsters Local 814.
To be a democratic socialist legislator means to push for policy changes that will have meaningful impacts in people’s lives while also bringing us closer to economic justice.
As the June primary election nears, Julia Salazar’s campaign is gaining momentum. But we need your help: without the ability to knock on doors, we’re having to get creative in our conversations with voters.
So, we’re hosting phone banks for Julia! This is how we win campaigns: by engaging voters in conversations about housing justice, universal healthcare and workers’ rights. If you’ve never phone banked before, don’t worry! We’ll have a training beforehand, and we’ll have a team to answer your questions.
Sign up for this week’s phone banks here.