The first step to change is awareness.
Who Represents Me? NYC is a a service of the Graduate Center, City University of New York by the Center for Urban Research in partnership with the League of Women Voters of the City of New York.
Just enter your address and you’ll have 3 tabs where you can see your locational districts and the city, state and federal representatives associated with those districts.
City Council, Community Board, Borough Representatives, District Attorney, Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate, State Assembly Member, State Senator, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Attorney General, State Comptroller, Federal Congressional Representative, US Senators, President and Vice President of the United States.
Now that you know the incumbents it is important to be part of the campaign to replace those that are irresponsibly draining your resources as a property owner.
At the city level Election day in November 2021 will usher in a new mayor an the majority of the NY City Council. The best way to know what is going on is to get on the email lists of the Property Owner Advocate Organizations mentioned at the top of the left column on this page. Read every email they send you and join the zoom meetings, act on the calls to action and read the articles. This will help you with your choices on election day.
AND do not forget the Primary in June. Read this recent article in the NY Post to understand why you want to be a registered Democrat by 2/14/2021.
Thousands of Republicans, indies re-enroll as Dems ahead of mayoral primary.