CLEAN AND SAFE STREETS
Safe subways, clean streets, small business protection, and a safer, cleaner Queens.
ANIMAL RIGHTS AND WELFARE
The humane treatment of animals must always be a priority for NYC
UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME
Our current approach to supporting our most vulnerable isn’t working.
Greater access to college, safety for schools, and a commonsense approach to student loans.
Improvements for sidewalk and road safety, city commuting, and more.
SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT
New York’s economic recovery depends on our small businesses
Overcoming the hurdle of affordable housing and homelessness
Ongoing support for free menstrual products to all municipal buildings
Provide options for the city to address the food insecurity crisis
Support for Kendra’s Law and housing for the mentally ill
We cannot abide by a borough mega jail being built in Kew Gardens
We must not lose site of the impending battle for our environment.
Change takes a community.
Volunteer now and become part of Eliseo’s campaign for commonsense reform.
The poor leadership of CM Koslowitz is holding up street safety, a Council hopeful says. “From 1990 to 2017, 186 people were killed on the street, including 138 pedestrians, according to the New York Times. The elderly and disabled couldn’t walk underneath or sprint across; they still can’t.”
Today, [Queens Post] speaks to Eliseo Labayen who is one of those candidates vying for the seat that covers Forest Hills, Kew Gardens and Rego Park.
Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz (D-Forest Hills) will be term-limited out of office at the end of 2021 and Democratic candidates are lining up to fill the void.
Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced. I am running for office because there are a plethora of issues impacting my community all at the same time…