The Bronx Chronicle
Highlighting Farias's Commitment to Improve Jobs, Education and Affordable Housing (Bronx, NY) City Council Members Elizabeth Crowley and Helen Rosenthal announced their support of Amanda Farias, ...
Huffington Post by Jennifer Bendery
WASHINGTON ― At a town hall last week in Willingboro, New Jersey, angry constituents screamed at Republican Rep. Tom MacArthur for a good five hours over his leading role in passing an Obamacare replacement bill. When they walked outside, Andrew Kim was there, eagerly awaiting them.
During the six-month disclosure period ending in January, Bill de Blasio's re-election campaign reported receiving contributions from 2,055 unique contributors who gave $175 or less - more than any other candidate in the period. This was followed by Justin Brannan, a candidate for City Council District 43, who reported 266 such contributors.
New York Times by Liz Robbins:
Among the participants were 12 New Yorkers, including Alejandra Sorto, 28, who escaped violence in El Salvador twice to move to Long Island and became a United States citizen last year; Shabana Sharif, 33, an Indo-Guyanese Muslim who grew up in Richmond Hill, Queens; and Amanda Farias, 26, from a large Dominican-Puerto Rican family in the South Bronx, who is planning to run for City Council next year.