Although it split on the mayoral race and couldn't make a primary endorsement, the progressive Working Families Party has made other crucial endorsements up and down the ballot.
If you're a registered Democrat, you may want to cut and paste the following information to your Iphone and bring it with you when you go to vote in the Democratic Primary tomorrow, September 10.
Working Families Party Endorsements for Brooklyn:
Letitia James for Public Advocate
Scott Stringer for Comptroller
Ken Thompson for Brooklyn District Attorney
Eric Adams for Brooklyn Borough President
City Council Endorsements:
Antonio Reynoso for District 34. Williamsburg and Bushwick, Brooklyn; Ridgewood, Queens.
Laurie Cumbo for District 35. Clinton Hill, Fort Greene; parts of Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, Bedford Stuyvesant
Kirsten Foy for District 36. Bedford-Stuyvesant, Crown Heights
Kim Council for District 37. East New York, Bushwick, Cypress Hills, City Line, Ocean Hill-Brownsville and Wyckoff Heights
Carlos Menchaca for District 38. Bay Ridge Towers, Borough Park, Gowanus, Greenwood Heights, Red Hook, South Slope, Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace
Dr. Mathieu Eugene for District 40. Kensington, Prospect-Lefferts, Ditmas Park; parts of Crown Heights, Flatbush, East Flatbush
Darlene Mealy for District 41. Bedford Stuyvesant, Ocean Hill-Brownsville, East Flatbush and Crown Heights
Jumaane Williams for District 45. Flatbush, East Flatbush, Flatlands, Midwood
Alan Maisel for District 46. Bergen Beach, Canarsie, Georgetowne, Starrett City, Flatlands, Futurama, Marine Park, Mill Basin, Mill Island, Gerritsen Beach, Madison and Sheepshead Bay
Todd Dobrin for District 47. Coney Island, Gravesend, Bensonhurst, Brighton Beach
Igor Oberman for District 48. Manhattan Beach, Sheepshead Bay, Brighton Beach, Midwood
To ensure that the city's 99% gets heard, the best bet is a growing progressive presence in city government. Don't expect the 1% to listen if you're not speaking out.
Voting matters. If it didn't, the Republicans wouldn't be involved in a nationwide effort to suppress it.
Look up your district here. Polls are open from 6:00 AM until 9:00 PM.