Congresswoman Maloney expressed support for the Ukrainian community with an award to the Ukrainian World Congress represented by their executive director Andrij Dobriansky (third from left).
The Tilden membership voted to endorse for the following offices.
We stand in solidarity with Asian and Asian-American communities facing a continuing series of racist attacks across America. Anti-Asian racism has been ongoing in the United States since it’s beginning. Our City will not tolerate this ever ! The COVID-19 pandemic has targetted Asian-Americans across the country by people who are motivated by white supremacist beliefs and encouraged by right-wing politicians and media figures.
We can be assured that we have a President and administration who stand with us in fighting racism at all costs. One of the first acts as President was to issue an anti-hate document and one that we can all abide by. Please take a moment to read it here.
The Samuel J. Tilden Democratic Club proudly endorsed these candidates:
Mayor – Sott Stringer
Comptroller- David Weprin
Public Advocate- Jumaane Williams
Borough President – Brad Hoylman
Manhattan District Attorney- Alvin Bragg
Councilmanic District 4 – Keith Powers
Councilmanic District 2 – Carlina Rivera
NY County Civil Court – Christopher Chin
NY County Civil Court – Jeffrey Zellen
Female District Leader, 74th AD, Part C – Louise Dankberg
Male District Leader, 74th AD, Part C – Sandro Sherrod