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Williams wins PA race

Jumaane Williams won the race for NYC Public Advocate.

The office has little actual power, but it gives Williams a soapbox to push his extreme left agenda including gun control.  I expect he’s going to waste little time before doing that.

Voter guide for Public Advocate

The special election for NYC Public Advocate will be this Tuesday.

Gotham Gazette has a list of the nearly two dozen candidates running in the non-partisan election.  Because of the number of candidates one could win with a small plurality of votes.  The office itself is vaguely defined and has little actual power, but can be used as a soapbox and springboard for higher office as Letitia James did.  For this reason gun owners should make the best voting decision with the materials given.

Going down the list, vote AGAINST these candidates in order:

Victory shall be defined as Jumaane Williams losing.  He’s easily the worst of the bunch on 2A.

The rest of the candidates do not have public positions on guns that I’m aware of.

Pat Ryan is back

Pat Ryan, one of the Democrats who ran a primary last year for CD-19, is back and running for Ulster County Executive:

Ryan went all-in for gun control during his Congressional bid last year and his new website has this nugget:

“Pat has worked to elect Democrats across Ulster County, and has been an advocate on important issues like gun violence prevention.”

His GOP opponent has not been nominated yet, but anyone is preferable to him.

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The special election for NYC Public Advocate has been set for February 26.

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Katz’s agenda

The Queens Gazette reports:

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, a lifelong resident of Queens, announced her campaign for Queens district attorney … In her announcement, Katz laid out her agenda for reframing the DA’s office as a place that “focuses as much on crime prevention, delivering real justice for all, and social progress as it does on the prosecution of criminals.” … Katz said she plans to bring an aggressive new agenda to the District Attorney’s Office with a new community-centered approach to the criminal justice system … treating gun violence as a public health issue …”

Translation: She’ll coddle violent thugs and make excuses for their destructive behavior, including advocating more gun control.

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