Small Business

Did you know that every month, NYC loses over 1,000 small businesses?  This is a crisis not seen since the Great Depression. It means that we’re losing close to 8,000 good jobs each month, since the average business employees 8 people. Small businesses, by the way, represent the largest employers of immigrant families in NYC….

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Political Reform

Corruption and incompetence are wasting our money, hurting city services, and making New Yorkers’ lives worse. Sal Albanese doesn’t just talk about political independence, he lives it. As a New York City Council member for fifteen years, he butted heads with party bosses. He refused prestigious positions and stipends that would have required him to…

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Public Safety

In the nation’s biggest city, it is essential that we have a mayor who actually understands public safety. For 15 years, Sal Albanese was a member of the New York City Council’s Public Safety Committee. He played a crucial role in putting more police on patrol and in improving the relationship between the NYPD and…

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Housing

Caring for our seniors is perhaps the greatest responsibility we have.

Education

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.

Mass Transportation

New York City’s mass transit system has enabled a few small cities to become five united boroughs. It has fueled economic growth in each one. Millions of New Yorkers from all walks of life depend on it to get home, to the doctor, to visit family, and to do business. But corrupt state and incompetent…

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