Democratic Party Primary Election: September 14, 2021
Public Housing Women For City Council
(One women from each of the ten Manhattan council districts)
(Thomas Lopez-Pierre marching with NYC Public Housing tenants to protest selling public housing)
It's NO secret that Greedy Landlords for decades have used their millions of dollars in political campaign contributions to pay off/bribe corrupt politicians to neglect maintenance repairs as a pretext to tear down public housing (which occupys land, worth billions of dollars) in Manhattan and build luxury housing.
Which is why, Thomas Lopez-Pierre is helping to organize a team of ten women that live in public housing to run for NYC City Council (one from each of the ten city council districts in Manhattan) into a powerful political coalition/voting block with rent regulated tenants to protect ALL tenants from displacement by Greedy Landlords.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre plans to use a large amount of the up to $862,000 in taxpayers' funds that his campaign will secure from the NYC Campaign Finance Board to hire hundreds of public housing tenants to organize their fellow public housing tenant voters in Manhattan to support public housing women candidates that will protect rent-regulated and public housing tenants from Greedy Landlords (and reject campaign contributions from the real estate industry).
The goal of the coalition is to elect in year 2021, a like-minded, diverse team of public housing women tenants (Heterosexual/Homosexual, Black, Hispanic, Whites, Asians, Christians, Jewish, Muslim, etc.) that are committed to protecting ALL rent regulated tenants and ALL public housing tenants from Greedy Landlords.
The coalition will help each public housing women tenant candidates with political fundraising, media relations, promote candidates via full page newspaper and social media advertisements (facebook, twitter, etc), joint mailings and shared campaign staff, etc.
1 - Prospective public housing women tenant city council candidates must raise a minimum of $5,000 from NYC residents to qualify for $35,000 in taxpayers' funds from the NYC Campaign Finance Board and collect a minimum of 1,500 signatures (collected door to door) from Democratic Party members on nominating petitions of the coalition.
2 - Prospective public housing women tenant city council candidatesmust agree to reject any and all political contributions from anyone employed by landlords and/or working in the real estate industry.
Public housing women tenants interested in being considered should send a copy of their resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre can be reached at 917-674-6853 or email@example.com.
If we work together as "One New York City, Protected From Greedy Landlords!": Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Black, Hispanic, White, Asian, we can protect ALL rent regulated tenants and ALL public housing tenants from displacement!