In the midst of a debate over immigration with his fellow candidates, mayoral front runner Eric Adams today introduced his WeRISE (Raise Immigrant Safety and Empowerment) plan to protect and empower immigrants in New York City.
A former New York State comptroller is throwing his support behind Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams in his run for mayor. Carl McCall, who in 1994 became the first Black person elected to statewide office in New York and who …Continue Reading
It’s Earth Day everybody! And on this cold, currently, winter-like day in the end of April, which is probably more indicative of climate change than anything, Mayoral candidate and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is releasing his plan for a leaner, greener …Continue Reading
Eric Adams was a typical kid living in Brooklyn and Queens. He played sports with his brother, took public transportation and went to public school. However, when Eric and his brother were arrested as teenagers, the moment changed his life.
Eric Adams, Shaun Donovan, and Kathryn Garcia -- all considered among the top eight leading candidates in the competitive primary race and all veterans of New York City government -- discussed how they would harness the city's resources to create …Continue Reading
Mayoral candidate Eric Adams unveiled an ambitious new plan that aims to build wind turbines and their manufacturing plants at ports throughout New York City. “New York City has always been a hub for innovation, new ideas, and progressive thinking. There is no …Continue Reading