“I'm not happy with what the city council and our mayor is going to be spending next year for our city council budget — it's a record $85 billion — but I will say there is new money in there for senior services and that's a good thing,”
Learn more about Rebecca Harary: https://town-village.com/2017/04/12/republican-candidate-runs-for-garodnicks-city-council-seat/
Upper East Sider and nonprofit founder Rebecca Harary officially launched her campaign for the City Council seat soon to be vacated by Dan Garodnick.
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"Whether a voter is a Republican, Democrat, Independent, Working Families, Women's Equality Party, Reform, Liberal, or a Libertarian, the biggest issue facing all of us now is: How do we bring our collective common sense to the table, and work together to find the best solutions to the problems of our quality of life, homelessness, education, affordable housing, jobs, infrastructure, senior citizens and small business issues? That's why I am honored to run for NYC Council in District 4. When I see a problem, I work together with the people affected—and we solve it by using common sense. My message to everyone is one of inclusion, not exclusion. We are all New Yorker's in our hearts, and not people defined by a specific party."
Rebecca Harary will be at the City Council District 4 candidate forum
"Anti-Semitism affects Jews directly; historically, it is the leading indicator of future oppression for all minorities. If the hateful spewings of Linda Sarsour are tolerated, New Yorkers open the door to oppression of Jews, African Americans, the LGBTQ community and any other group that does not practice Sharia law."
Rebecca Harary presents her case to replace Dan Garodnick, zeroing in on de Blasio
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