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27th City Council District

by Gotham Gazette Staff, Aug 03, 2013
 

Outgoing Councilman Leroy Comrie's departure opens the door for Democratic nominee Ira Daneek Miller, who faces Independence Party candidate Sondra Peeden.

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Ira Daneek Miller

Ira Daneek Miller (D, WF)

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Biography: None.

 

Sondra Peeden

Sondra H. Peeden (I)

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PRIMARY

Manuel Caughman

Manuel Caughman (D)

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Joan Flowers

Joan Flowers (D)

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Greg Mays

Gregory Mays (D)

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Ira Daneek Miller

Ira Daneek Miller (D, WF)

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Biography: None.

 

Sondra Peeden

Sondra H. Peeden (D)

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Clyde Vanel

Clyde Vanel (D)

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Biography: Longtime Cambria Heights resident Clyde Vanel is a lawyer and entrepreneur. Born to immigrant Haitian parents, he grew up in Cambria Heights and graduated from SUNY Farmingdale in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace technology and aviation administration. He graduated Boston University Law School in 2001 and worked for the intellectual property firm Fish & Neave before starting his own practice. He co-owns the East Village restaurant Permanent Brunch.


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