Last year I ran for the Chair of the Manhattan Democratic County Committee because I felt that our party is run by a handful of lawyers that use every rule to silent dissent.
Since childhood believed that the party process was fair and open, but I discovered it was only an illusion that led me to change the dynamic from the inside.
I lived at 640 Riverside Drive, where I grew up in the '70s. My family moved from the Dominican Republic to Hamilton Heights in the '50s after my Mother's Puerto Rican stepfather returned from World War II.
First of all, you are registered as a Democrat, which means that you have a voice on how the party decides how it works.
We created a Facebook group to discuss the difference of vision each of the candidates has for the Democratic Party as a whole. Feel free to share it with anyone that lives in the district. Feel free to share it with anyone that lives in the district.
So in conclusion ...
I would ask you to vote for Ayisha Oglivie and myself for members of the State Committee of the Democratic Party, and Luis Tejada for State Assembly.