NYC Mayoral Candidates Forum - 92Y, New York

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Race to City Hall — City & State NY, PIX11 and 92Y Present

NYC Mayoral Candidates Forum

Candidates Maya Wiley, Kathryn Garcia, Dianne Morales, Shaun Donovan, and Ray McGuire with 92Y’s Seth Pinsky, and City & State NY’s Tom Allon, Ben Adler, Jeff Coltin, and PIX 11’s Ayana Harry

Jun 7, 2021

City & State NY, WPIX-TV (PIX11), and the 92nd Street Y present an online and in-person forum for candidates running in the 2021 NYC Mayoral race, live from 92Y’s Kaufmann Concert Hall. Moderated by City & State and PIX11 political journalists, 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 dialogues with and between candidates, leading up to important local elections. Candidate forums will be held leading up to the June 22nd primary.

Seth Pinsky

Seth Pinsky is CEO of the 92nd St. Y. At 92Y, Pinsky is developing an action plan for 92Y heading into its 150th anniversary …

Tom Allon

Tom Allon, a native of the upper West Side of Manhattan, is the president and publisher of City & State

Ben Adler

Ben Adler is senior editor at City & State NY. He assigns and edits news, feature and opinion articles …

Jeff Coltin

As a senior reporter, Jeff writes stories and develops other content for the magazine, with a particular focus on New York City …

Ayana Harry

Emmy® Award-winning journalist Ayana Harry joined the WPIX News team in 2014 …

Maya Wiley

Maya is a nationally recognized racial justice and equity advocate …

Kathryn Garcia

Kathryn was appointed in 2014 as the Commissioner NYC Department of Sanitation …

Dianne Morales

Dianne Morales is running for Mayor of New York City. Dianne believes that we must uplift those who are most vulnerable …

Shaun Donovan

Shaun Donovan has dedicated his life to public service, tackled the biggest challenges facing New York City and the nation …

Ray McGuire

Raised by a single mother and his grandparents in Dayton, Ohio, Ray McGuire and his two brothers didn’t have much growing up …

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