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  • Edward Anthony
    commented 2020-02-19 23:42:01 -0500
    Edward Anthony


    I’m trying to file a lawsuit against Georgia drivers department. So do I sue the state for fraud. Because my date of birth is 10/29/79 and my drivers license is 03/29/79. I told them about it but nothing was done about it
  • Pedro Ruiz
    commented 2019-07-22 13:45:51 -0400
  • Aswin SwadiChuto
    commented 2017-09-01 23:43:19 -0400
    You need to come out and get our vote. I need to know where you are standing for our senior at the Meltzer Tower.
  • Nathan Hinchey
    commented 2017-08-16 11:58:30 -0400
    Dear Jorge Vasquez,

    I am contacting all the city council candidates to find out their opinions on the Cabaret Law (the “no dancing law” originally meant to penalize the Harlem Renaissance).

    With regard to the Cabaret Law, which of these would you say most closely fits your opinion?

    A. We should repeal the Cabaret Law

    B. We should reform the Cabaret Law

    C. We should keep the Cabaret Law

    Thank you for your time.


  • manuel rivera
    commented 2017-08-09 17:19:04 -0400
    Dear Jorge Vasquez,

    You are invited to participate in a candidates panel for the NYC City Council District 2 on August 17th – 11 am at GMHC (Gay Men’s Health Crisis) 446 West 33rd Street – CAB Conference Room – NYC

    THE NYC (LGBTQ) EQUALITY COALITION is a coalition of Black and Latino LGBTQ organizations and leaders, which would like to obtain information about your positions. There will be a focus on issues related to the LGBTQ and the HIV/AIDS community.

    There are over 300,000 Black and Latino LGBTQ people living within NYC.

    LGBTQ Blacks and Latinos are a majority of the NYC LGBTQ community

    Thus, the NYC (LGBTQ) EQUALITY Coalition’s member organizations and leaders represent and provide services to over 300,000 LGBT Blacks and Latinos throughout the city, many of whom live or are involved within your councilmatic district.

    Therefore, the coalitions sister organization Pride & Power, which is the political organization for the NYC Black & Latino LGBTQ community will be issuing endorsements in the September 11th election, in large part, utilizing the information obtained in this interview.

    If you will be able to attend. Please RSVP

    We thank you in advance,

    John Martin Green

    Co – Chairperson for Programs

    Carmen Neely

    Co – Chairperson for Administration

    Manuel Rivera

    Co – Chairperson for Special Projects
  • Mark Carroll
    commented 2017-06-21 10:32:12 -0400
    Hello City Council District 2 Candidate,

    This is Mark Carroll, Assistant Director of University Settlement’s Cornerstone @ Campos Plaza Community Center. Our program bring all ages of the community together, our services include after school programming, summer camp, Evening and weekend programs for Teens, Mentorship programs for Teens, and GED and ESL classes, all at no-cost to our participants.

    We would like to invite you to attend our yearly Community Carnival. It’s a chance for residents of Campos Plaza, and the surrounding neighborhood to celebrate our community.

    June 23rd, 3PM-6PM

    University Settlement

    Cornerstone @ Campos Plaza Community Center

    611 East 13th Street, New York, NY 10009

    We are inviting all City Council District 2 Candidates.

    Please feel free to contact us for more information at 212-677-1801.