Calling all candidates running in the June 25th Primary in Westchester County who would like a 30-minute timeslot to appear on the People Before Politics Radio Show in the months of May and June to inform the voters why they should vote for you.
If you are interested in appearing on PBP Radio, contact us this week – Monday, April 22nd to Monday, April 29th at Blackwestchester@gmail.com so we can get you on the calendar.
Anyone who know any candidates running please share this post with them asap. We would like to have every candidate running in Westchester but there are only so many slots available between now and the June 25th primary. So first come first served.
After you are scheduled please send us links to website and social media and any other info you have on yourself so we can proper interview. Thank you and good luck in your respective races.
We are also starting to accept advertising for our May 15th and June 15th issues of Black Westchester Newspaper, as with the timeslots on the radio show, first come first serve, there are limited spaces so contact us ASAP at AdvertiseWithBW@gmail.com to get the best placement
Many Elected officials have advertised in the newspaper and appeared on the radio show while running for office or just to inform the community of what they were doing and to answer questions from our audience including the new County Executive George Latimer, Congressman Eliot Engel, State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, State Senator Alessandra Biaggi, State Senator Shelley Mayer, State Senator Jammal Bailey, New York State Attorney General Letitia A. “Tish” James as well as NYS AG Candidates Leecia Eve and Micheal Sussman, NYS Assemblyman Nader Sayegh,
NYS Assemblyman Candidate and Political Commentator Joe Pinion, Deputy County Executive Ken Jenkins, County Legislators Lyndon Williams, Christopher A. Johnson, Virginia Perez and the new Chairman Ben Boykins, Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey and his running mates for city council, Candidates Vanessa Agudelo, Ramon Fernandez , Yonkers City Council President Mike Khader, Mount Vernon Councilpersons, Marcus A. Griffith, André Wallace, Roberta Apuzzo, Yuhanna Edwards, Richard Thomas and Janice Duarte (in her 2015 and 2017 races), Former Yonkers City Council President Liam McLoughlin, Yonkers District 1 Councilwoman Shanae V. Williams, Yonkers District 3 City Council Candidate Subomi Macaulay, the Westchester County Clerk, MV City Judges Adrian Armstrong and Nichelle Johnson and MV City Court Judge Candidate Forum, former Mount Vernon Mayor Ernest D. Davis, Westchester County Family Court Judge Arlene Gordon-Oliver, New York State Supreme Court Judge Christi Acker, Mount Vernon Mayor-Elect Richard W, Thomas, New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson and New Rochelle City Councilman Jared Rice, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, White Plains Common Councilwoman Nadine Hunt-Robinson, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano, Westchester Independence Party Chairman Dr. Giulio Cavallo, Ossining Village Board Trustee Quantel Bazemore and candidates that ran in White Plains mayoral and city council race, Mayoral and City Council races in Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Peekskill, White Plains, Greenburgh and Yonkers, County Legislators, State Senate 36th District debate and 16th District County Legisator debate, Mount Vernon City Court Judge candidate forum, county judges,Mount Vernon School Board Trustees and Mount Vernon Public Library Trustees candidates and several other candidate forums, just to name a few because they knew if they wanted to truly reach the community of color, they realized we were the viable vehicle. Almost all of the aforementioned won their races. Several have challenged their opponents to a live debate on our show.
We are working to provide a forum where voters can see and hear from the candidates, so they can make informed decisions at the ballot box. We put out the invitation, it is now up to the candidates to reach out to us.
Tune in to the People Before Politics Radio Show, Sunday, April 28th, our guest will be State Senator Alessandra Biaggi who will be talking her historic victory, what she has managed to accomplish in her first 100 days and what she has planned for her district going forward.