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PODCAST: We Speak to Elizabeth Crowley Who is Running to be the Next Borough President

June 14, 2020 By Christian Murray

Former Council Member Elizabeth Crowley, who represented the 30th district in western Queens from 2009-2017, is running to be the next Queens Borough President.

We spoke to Crowley last week. The focus of the discussion dealt with police reform, COVID-19, community boards and jobs.

Crowley is one of several candidates in the race. The other candidates are Costa Constantinides, Anthony Miranda, Donovan Richards and Dao Yin.

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FromLICQueens

I like what she said and her plans for our borough. She seemed to be sincere and smart. I’m still voting for a Republican candidate, though, if there’ll be one.

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Not voting for her! Dao Yin is the only one who stands for public safety, business owners, he is not the establishment. Costa, Richards, Crowley want to build borough jails, backed by real estate developers.

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