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David Sasscer-Burgos (D)

  • Funds Raised: $5,200.00
    Source: New York City Campaign Finance Board


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    Biography: David Sasscer-Burgos was raised in Puerto Rico, the youngest son of an Anglo father and Puerto Rican mother. He is a long time resident of the Upper West Side / Morningside Heights and his roots in the neighborhood go back for generations. His mother was born and raised in the neighborhood, where his grandparents owned a bodega, and his grandfather was the minister of the first Spanish-speaking congregation at the West End Presbyterian Church on Amsterdam Avenue. He is a LEED-accredited professional Engineer and Project Manager with an MBA from Columbia University focused on sustainability and affordable green housing. He is also a not for profit leader who has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to promote opportunities for people who are blind and visually impaired. As Chairman and current Board Member of Visionary Media, he has also found hundreds of jobs in the arts for blind and visually impaired New Yorkers.

    declared running for:

    City Council for District 7 (Campaign Website)

    OTHER CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR City Council for District 7:

    Robert Jackson (D, WF) Subject to term limits in 2013 (won general election) · Alicia D. Barksdale (D) (declared) · Mark T. Otto (D) (declared) · Zead Ramadan (D) (declared) · Luis M. Tejada (D) (declared) · Mark Levine (D, WF) (declared) · Manuel Lantigua (D) (declared) · Ruben Dario Vargas (D) (declared) · Joyce Johnson (D) (declared) ·