Post Tagged with: "J.C. Polanco"

Where The Pols Are, July 17

Where The Pols Are, July 17

In the afternoon, senior members of the Administration will be attending a Cabinet Meeting led by Mayor de Blasio. 

Camella Pinkney-Price, Candidate for Bronx Borough President

Reform Party Names Citywide Slate of Candidates

New York’s newest ballot access party offers enthusiastic support for a wide array of candidates fed up with politics as usual. Earlier this month, the Reform Party of NYS endorsed Sal Albanese for Mayor, J.C. Polanco for Public Advocate and […]

Councilmember Annabel Palma

Bronx Political Round Up: CM Palma Seethes

One Unhappy Councilwoman Term-limited Soundview Council Member Annabel Palma is reportedly pistol hot after Bronx Democratic County chairman Assemblyman Marcos Crespo poured cold water on her desire to run for State Senate, if Rev. Ruben Diaz gets elected to her […]

Run JC, Run — J.C. Polanco Is Running For Public Advocate

Run JC, Run — J.C. Polanco Is Running For Public Advocate

  Errol Louis scored an exclusive interview with Bronx attorney and political analyst J.C. Polanco who officially announced his entry into the race for Public Advocate. Polanco appeared on Louis’ political news show, Road to City Hall on Tuesday at 7 and […]

Bronx Political Buzz: Silent Serrano, OLR and more

Bronx Political Buzz: Silent Serrano, OLR and more

Serrano Silent on Oscar Lopez Rivera/National  PR Parade Controversy New York’s senior Puerto Rican elected official has been strangely silent about the drama surrounding the National Puerto Rican Parade’s controversial selection of ex-FALN leader Oscar López Rivera for the first-ever “National […]

Polanco Politics: Perilous Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Polanco Politics: Perilous Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Lessons From Indiana by J.C. Polanco, Esq., MBA Last month, after signing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law, Indiana Governor Mike Pence stepped on a hornet’s nest of widespread opposition. Rarely have we seen such strange bedfellows and […]

by · April 10, 2015 · Op Ed, Politics