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“ON THE CITY COUNCIL,
I FOUGHT CITY HALL
FOR QUEENS AND WON!
With your help, I’ll use my proven leadership in times of crisis to fight
to reduce class sizes, grow jobs, improve transit and build housing.”
- Democrat Elizabeth Crowley
As 1 of 15 kids, Elizabeth learned early on how to fight for a fair share. That’s
why as Borough President she’ll fight for Queens’ fair share and:
Prioritize public education by reducing class sizes and taking on the Department
of Education when they shortchange Queens. Elizabeth delivered 6,000 new publicschool
seats in the most crowded school district in New York City, and she will fight
to increase Queens’ fair share of school funding, including resources for arts, music,
sports, and technology programs.
Stand with our first responders and frontline workers and fight for Queens’ fair
share of resources to help us get through the COVID-19 pandemic by securing the
funding to reduce emergency response times, increasing the number of hospital
beds, and supporting hazard pay for our local heroes.
Continue to fight for women’s rights. After being the first woman elected to her
City Council seat, Elizabeth launched 21 in ’21, an organization dedicated to electing
more women city-wide. She will fight for reproductive health rights, equal pay for
equal work, and to empower girls and women borough-wide.
Fight to create jobs and improve mass transit by expanding rail and protecting our
bus lines. Elizabeth is endorsed by the Transit Workers Union Local 100 because she
has the strongest and most innovative plans to end transportation deserts and get
Queens better connected.
FIGHTING FOR QUEENS’
FAIR SHARE HER WHOLE LIFE
VOTE ELIZABETH CROWLEY
FOR QUEENS BOROUGH PRESIDENT BY JUNE 23. VOTE EARLY UNTIL
JUNE 21 OR POSTMARK YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT BY JUNE 23.
PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF ELIZABETH CROWLEY
www.elizabethcrowley.com @elizcrowleynyc elizcrowleyny