Rafael Espinal

public-advocates
With candidates running on their own lines, recommendations may play a larger role.
News & Politics
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A protester holds a No Amazon HQ2 in Queens sign
New York and Seattle lawmakers, advocates, and Amazon workers gathered to rail against the company's HQ2 plans.
Policy
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New York City Councilman Robert Cornegy makes a press statement in September of 2018.
Learning from his speaker run, the councilman says he’s jumping in early.
News & Politics
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Assemblywoman Latrice Walker
How the NYC public advocate candidate hopes to stand out.
Personality
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Weed for Rails Campaign flyer
Despite having no control over it, Mark-Viverito and Espinal have opinions on how a marijuana tax should be spent.
News & Politics
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public-advocates
Some candidates have a mountain of leftover cash.
News & Politics
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Drake performing during a surprise Day Party at Brooklyn Mirage in August.
The “Agent of Change” bill in the City Council would require mutual soundproofing efforts.
Opinion
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Jumaane Williams Bill de Blasio Melissa Mark-Viverito
It’s a big field. Here are the contenders – and the pretenders.
News & Politics
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Stuyvesant High School
Let’s end the zero-sum competition between ethnic groups and create more opportunities for everyone.
Opinion
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Holocaust Remembrance Day at the United Nations General Assembly in January, 2018.
New York City is home to nearly 45,000 survivors, almost half of whom live at or below the poverty line.
Opinion
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