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Espaillat

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Adriano Espaillat (D)  Robert Jackson (D) Luis Tejada (D) Michael W. Chan (R)

 

Espaillat (D)

Adriano Espaillat (D)

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On the Issues

Endorsements

Record in Office

Currently: New York State Senator for the 31st Senate District (2010-present)

Previous Work: New York State Assembly (D, WF – 72nd District) 1997-2010; Project Right Start (Director) 1994-1996; Washington Heights Victims Services Community Office (Director) 1992-1994; Community Planning Board 12 (Executive board member); 34th Precinct Community Council (President); Minority Program Development Chair (State Senate); New York County Democratic Committee (District Leader 72A)

Education: B.S. Political Science, Queens College, 1978; Graduate Degree in Public Administration, NYU


On the Issues


Endorsements

Organizations: Working Families Party; 1199SEIU; Empire State Pride Agenda; 32BJ; United Federation of Teachers; StreetsPAC

Individuals: Democratic Conference Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins; NY Assemblyman Herman (Denny) Farrell Jr.; NYC Public Advocate Letitia James; NY Governor Andrew Cuomo; Mayor Bill de Blasio; Comptroller Tom DiNapoli; Congressman Jerry Nadler


Record in Office

Adriano Espaillat currently serves as New York State Senator for the 31st Senate District, since 2010-present

NYS Senate Committee and Subcommittee assignments: Committee on Housing, Construction and Community Development (Ranking Member); Committee on Environmental Conservation; Committee on Codes; Committee on Fi94pxce; Committee on Higher Education; Committee on Development; Committee on Insurance; Judiciary Committee;

NYS Senate Caucuses: Puerto Rican/Latino Caucus (Chair); The New York State Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Caucus. 

 


 * Photo from Espaillat's NYS Senate profile

Notes:

1. Congressional District 13 Candidate Debate #1

2. Congressional District 13 Candidate Debate #2

3. Congressional District 13 Candidate Debate #3, June 9, 2014, ABC.

4. Congressional District 13 Candidate Debate #4, June 11, NY1.

5. Congressional District 13 Candidate Debate #5, June 16, BronxNet.

6. The Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC, June 20, 2014.

 

Candidates' statements taken from their respective websites and press releases, unless otherwise noted.

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