Here are the vote totals for the SI Borough President race from the NYC Board of Elections. Hank received 773 votes for .84% of the total. These are the unofficial numbers. Absentee and military ballots haven’t been counted yet.
The right to safe, affordable housing is a basic Green Party value. We fully support the efforts of union organizer and activist, Ray Rogers, and his Campaign to Stop REBNY Bullies.
From the campaign website:
“The Campaign to Stop REBNY Bullies seeks to end the political dominance of REBNY and its abuse of economic and political power. REBNY’s top policymakers have been described as a cartel of bullies and racketeers and REBNY as one of the worst institutions to ever plague NYC.
The Campaign stands by its claims that corrupt activities by many influential REBNY decision-makers and their companies are at the heart of the lack of affordable housing and homeless crisis, thousands of small businesses shutting down, hyper-gentrification and massive displacement, once vibrant neighborhoods disappearing, increasing construction worker fatalities and the compromising of our political system. Please visit stopREBNYbullies.org and watch the 5-minute animated film ‘BULLIES’.”
Campaign to Stop REBNY Bullies
PO Box 1002 Cooper Station
New York, NY 10276-1002
[Hank Bardel is the 2017 Green Party candidate for Staten Island Borough President.]
The problems in this world of poverty, unemployment, low wages, environmental problems, homelessness, war, legal and illegal drug abuse, alcoholism, racism, ethnic scapegoating and lack of adequate healthcare are basically caused by a maldistribution of wealth.The 1% who are the multimillionaires and the billionaires own 38% of the wealth in the United States.They also get a large percentage of the income through their corporations.This situation also exists in countries around the world.
Yesterday, on Election Day 11/8/16, I received 3,607 votes — 2,173 on Staten Island and 1,434 in the Brooklyn portion of the district (1.7%} — on my campaign for Congress in the NYS Eleventh Congressional District. I received more votes than I did in 2014 when I ran for Congress and got 2,687 votes.
You can look up election results in New York State by visiting the NYS Board of Elections website.