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Manhattan Borough President Candidates Forum

Candidates Lindsey Boylan, Elizabeth Caputo, NY State Senator Brad Hoylman, NYC Council Member Mark Levine, and NYC Council Member Ben Kallos with City & State NY’s Rebecca Lewis

Jun 3, 2021

City & State NY the 92nd Street Y present a virtual forum for candidates running in the 2021 Manhattan Borough President race. Moderated by City & State, candidates are encouraged to engage each other and address important policies, their platforms, current events and why they should get your vote. This event is part of Race to City Hall, a multi-part series of civic conversations with and between candidates, leading up to important local elections in New York City and State. Candidate forums will be held leading up to the June 22nd party primary.

Rebecca Lewis

Rebecca Lewis

Rebecca C. Lewis is deputy state politics reporter at City & State, where she has been for over three years …

Lindsey Boylan

Lindsey Boylan

Lindsey Boylan is running for Manhattan Borough President to create a more equitable, sustainable, and livable city …

Elizabeth Caputo

Elizabeth Caputo

A career-long civic leader and expert on economic development and job creation, Elizabeth has served on Manhattan’s Community Board 7 …

Brad Hoylman

Brad Hoylman

Elected to the State Senate in 2012, Brad chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee and represents New York’s 27th State Senate District …

Mark Levine

Mark Levine

Mark has twice been elected to represent the 7th Council district–one of the most diverse in New York City …

Ben Kallos

Ben Kallos

Manhattan Borough President candidate and current City Council Member Ben Kallos was praised by the New York Times for his “fresh ideas” …

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