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by Gotham Gazette Staff, Aug 03, 2013
 

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Incumbant and Democratic nominee Elizabeth Crowley is defending her Council seat from Republican challenger Craig Caruana in the general election.

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Craig Caruana

Craig N Caruana (R)

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Biography: Caruana, a Middle Village, Queens-born community activist and national security fellow for the conservative Pax Americana Institute, is making his first run for City Council. He previously worked for the Fox News Channel and served as an aide to the assistant secretary of the U.S. Navy at the Pentagon. He has a master's degree in international affairs from Texas A&M University.

Elizabeth Crowley

Elizabeth S Crowley (D, WF)

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Biography: Elizabeth Crowley won a seat on the City Council in a special election in 2008. She won her first full term in 2009. She represents the Queens neighborhoods of Glendale, Richmond Hill, Ridgewood, Maspeth, Middle Village and Woodhaven. She has a masters degree in city and regional planning from the Pratt Institute Graduate School of Architecture. Crowley currently chairs the Committee on Fire and Criminal Justice Services. Crowley will be term limited in 2021.

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Craig Caruana

Craig N Caruana (R)

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Biography: Caruana, a Middle Village, Queens-born community activist and national security fellow for the conservative Pax Americana Institute, is making his first run for City Council. He previously worked for the Fox News Channel and served as an aide to the assistant secretary of the U.S. Navy at the Pentagon. He has a master's degree in international affairs from Texas A&M University.

Elizabeth Crowley

Elizabeth S Crowley (D, WF)

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Biography: Elizabeth Crowley won a seat on the City Council in a special election in 2008. She won her first full term in 2009. She represents the Queens neighborhoods of Glendale, Richmond Hill, Ridgewood, Maspeth, Middle Village and Woodhaven. She has a masters degree in city and regional planning from the Pratt Institute Graduate School of Architecture. Crowley currently chairs the Committee on Fire and Criminal Justice Services. Crowley will be term limited in 2021.


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