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Gotham Votes 2013

45th City Council District


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Erlene J. King (Rent Is 2 Damn High)

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Biography: King is the president/CEO of the Community Help Center Inc., according to the city's official voter guide. She previously served as a district manager for a Council member.

Jumaane Williams

Jumaane Williams (D)

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Biography: Jumaane Williams was elected to the City Council in 2009. Before joining the council, Williams was executive director of the NYS Tenants & Neighbors, a statewide tenants' rights organization. He chairs the Committee on Oversight and Investigations and represents the Flatbush, East Flatbush, Flatlands and parts of Midwood and Canarsie. Williams will be term limited in 2021.


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Jean H Similien

Jean H Similien

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Biography: None.

 

Jumaane Williams

Jumaane Williams (D)

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Biography: Jumaane Williams was elected to the City Council in 2009. Before joining the council, Williams was executive director of the NYS Tenants & Neighbors, a statewide tenants' rights organization. He chairs the Committee on Oversight and Investigations and represents the Flatbush, East Flatbush, Flatlands and parts of Midwood and Canarsie. Williams will be term limited in 2021.

 



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