The ascendant Democratic Socialists of America is looking to make inroads in the City Council as two-thirds of the chamber’s members exit next year because of term limits.
The five-member DSA slate recently elected to the state Legislature is joining forces to begin stumping for six Council candidates on Monday, following the organization’s formal, lengthy endorsement process that concluded last month.
The state lawmakers — state Sen. Julia Salazar of Brooklyn and four newcomers — will lend the organization’s muscular canvassing operation to their prospective city counterparts as they vie for open seats in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.
The ascendant Democratic Socialists of America is looking to make inroads in the City Council as two-thirds of the chamber’s members exit next year. | Spencer Platt/Getty Images Democratic Socialists to begin stumping for City Council candidates
By SALLY GOLDENBERG
12/14/2020 05:00 AM ESTThe ascendant Democratic Socialists of […]
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