Mark Glonaj-For Assembly in The 80th!

Mark Glonaj-For Assembly in The 80th!
Ricky Martinez @ Mark Gjonaj

Our Candidate for 2012

Our Candidate for 2012
Clyde Williams-For Congress-Harlem, Washington Heights, Northwest Bronx


Ricky Martinez for State Assembly, 78th

Our Candidates for 2012!!!!!!!

Our Candidates for 2012!!!!!!!
Manny Tavares for State Senate

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The Fox is Henpecked!

Councilman Larry Seabrook

Many have names for him:
*Sham Artist
*Public Official

we decided to call him something else in 2009-a challanger to a New Bronx. While we were not sucessful nin 2009 replacing the Councilman with Andy King-there is now do no doubt that he will be the front-runner very soon as the "3rd Paradigm" gets ready to assist in bringing a new Bronx Alternative to the Bronx Party!!!

When The New Borough President Speaks-Do People Listen???

The Honorable Ruben Diaz Jr.
President, Borough of The Bronx
cordially invites you to
The State of the Borough Address
Friday, February 26, 2010
11:30 a.m.
Evander Childs High School, Auditorium
800 East Gun Hill Road
The Bronx
RSVP 718.590.6116

Pedro Espada Lives in Norwood?

3328 Bainbridge Ave 5PM-7PM

A State Senator Open House:
Hon Pedro Espada Jr.

While our thoughts on Mr Espada are pretty clear, what is also clear is that Mr Espada is making a MAJOR effort to connect with his new district. COME JOIN US-MEET OUR NEW SENATOR

Assemblyman Jose Rivera Says.........................

According to The Assemblyman in The 78th Assembly District:


Rivera Concerned About Impact on Families and Seniors

(Albany, NY) Assemblyman José Rivera (Bronx), the Chair of the Assembly Task Force on Food, Farm and Nutrition Policy is pleased that the Governor’s proposed State budget was generous to emergency food programs such as food pantries and soup kitchens, but concerned about funding cuts for senior meal programs and WIC. In addition, the Governor’s budget would delay increases in public assistance grants, reduce funds for obesity and diabetes prevention and eating disorders, and cut services for the homeless.

Rivera stated, “I welcome the Governor’s significant increase in funding for food pantries and soup kitchens helping those hungry families and individuals who have been hit hardest by the Great Recession we are experiencing. However, I am not pleased by the Governor backing away from his commitment to raise public assistance benefits which have not increased in 20 years. If Wall St. CEOs can get government bonuses this year so should mothers and their children who are barely surviving on their welfare checks.”

The Governor’s budget includes a nearly $10 million increase in funding for emergency food programs. However, the cuts in programs serving the homeless will hurt the same people who will be turning to the food programs. Reduced funding for senior meal programs and WIC will hurt those who are trying to keep from relying on emergency donations.

“I am also concerned about going backwards in our efforts to prevent childhood obesity and diabetes. These health problems will lead to higher health care costs for Medicaid where spending increased faster than expected this year,” added Rivera.

New York is experiencing one of its worse downturns in history and the legislature will work to make improvements to the Governor’s budget plan.

“I look forward to working with the Speaker, my colleagues in the Assembly, our friends in the Senate, the Governor, and the President and Congress, to support our struggling families and seniors. I believe that we can do even more to use nutrition assistance and education to reach those goals and will continue my work to improve food policy for consumers, food businesses and farmers.” said Rivera.

Year 2010-a 3rd Bronx Democratic Force!!!???

As our readers know, we started helping neighborhoods in 2009 'protect' their neighborhoods from 30 years of political mismanagement. First-The Old Bronx Democratic Party-then-The NEW Bronx Democratic Party-is it time---for a 3rd?


Bronx for Change

Invites All Community Leaders!

Grassroots Training for “Bronxites”

If you want to learn how to Break into Politics, then you need to attend!

The basic training will combine experienced trainers, stimulating exercises, case studies and interactive simulations. We’re counting on YOU to organize around issues that matter, help build capacity in your community and encourage like-minded leaders to get involved.

February Trainings:

Wednesday, February 10th

Nos Quedamos

754 Melrose Avenue

@ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Saturday, February 20th

Latino Pastoral Action Center

14 West 170th Street

@ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Space is Limited. Please RSVP today:

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Bronx for Change

Larry Seabrook Gone-3rd Paradigm ready????

As Current Co Op City Councilman Larry Seabrook goes under The Federal Knife for alleged corruption charges, good community activists like Andy King and Sebastian Ulanga are still around-making noise-and now-can seriously start making a better change for our friends in the upper north bronx

Sebastian Ulanga.

I want to know what is on your mind and how we can make the community we live in a better and safer place for our families and children. I will fight for justice and the progress of our people. I am passionate and determined to cause a positive impact for children and families, our environment, housing, healthcare, and small business.

As always, if you have any questions or comments, please contact us at or call (800) 305-2049.

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