Meet & Greet Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams in East New York Sunday January 26

Posted By NYC Newswire

As the race to become New York City’s next mayor heats up, Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams, is making his way across the city with Meet & Greet fundraisers.  One of his Meet & Greet events is being hosted by Andrew Walcott, the owner of Fusion East Restaurant in East New York.

For event details contact Fusion East Restaurant at 718.975-5065

For more information about Eric Adams’ candidacy go to

Eric Adams’ Story (from the website)

For the past three decades, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams has served Brooklyn and the City of New York as a police officer, legislative leader and coalition builder. He was elected Borough President in November of 2013 and has been an effective advocate for Brooklyn, bringing people and communities together to create progressive change.

Since the beginning of his first term as the highest-ranking elected official in America’s fourth-largest city, Eric has worked tirelessly to create prosperity for the more than 2.6 million Brooklynites who call the borough home — working with both the private and public sectors to generate job growth and investment in every neighborhood.   And whether his beat was on the street or in the halls of government, Eric has always looked out for NYC working families and has sought to protect our most vulnerable residents. He believes that government works best when everyone has the opportunity to be heard and as Borough President he has used his office to provide the opportunity for diverse groups to work together for the common good.

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3 thoughts on “Meet & Greet Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams in East New York Sunday January 26

  1. Valeria Sowell Reply

    Honorable Borough President Eric Adams: Your heart is in the right place. I’ll vote for you. What comes with being unapologetic, is being unafraid and fiercely and wonderfully made, said “King James”. You surely ain’t no greedy punk. Thank you, Valeria Sowell

  2. Glenn Reply

    Dear Brooklyn boro pres my question to you is what can you do for the kids if new York as far as providing a safe haven for them such as a pal program and activities for them so they can stay out of trouble thank you Glenn Huff vp for the 75th PCT community council

  3. Bonnie Paley Reply

    Will you address the housing crisis in this city of New York as we need affordable housing Supportive housing for those that can’t take care of there apartment,s Affordable housing for single people and families that can’t afford the high end rent,s Many people can’t afford to pay for the condo and coop in all five borough,s The only way that homeless could end is to build housing for the mentally ill

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