Monday, September 30, 2013


(image via ABC7)

Tomorrow, a tiny percentage of New Yorkers will elect either Tish James or Daniel Squadron to be the Democratic nominee for public advocate in November. Since no Republicans are running, this IS the election. The post, though not terribly well-understood, is often a launching pad for mayoral campaigns (including that of the current front runner), and should anything happen to the mayor, the public advocate is next in line to run the city. 

All of this is to say that tomorrow's election actually matters, so GET OUT AND VOTE. Both candidates have a lot to offer, but regular readers will know that ILFA is a big fan of Tish and the work she's done in our council district over the past several years. 

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