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The NYS Gubernatorial Candidate Jumaane Williams Interview

NYC Councilman and Lt. Governor candidate Jumaane Williams on the Black Westchester Power Hour on WVOX 1460 AM, Monday, May 7, 2018 [Black Westchester]

New York State Gubernatorial Candidate Jumaane Williams made an appearance on Black Westchester’s Super Tuesdays edition of the People Before Politics Radio Show while he was out on the campaign trail, Tuesday, May 10th to discuss criminal justice reform, public safety, bail reform, A New Deal 4 CUNY, housing, being endorsed by the Working Families Party, why he thinks he is the candidate you should vote for in the June 28, 2022, Democratic Primary and much much more!

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2 Comments on The NYS Gubernatorial Candidate Jumaane Williams Interview

  1. Stephanie S. Swann // May 12, 2022 at 9:25 AM //

    This year Community Voices Heard Power has endorsed Jumaane Williams for Governor!!!!

  2. Stephanie S. Swann // May 11, 2022 at 6:04 PM //

    I voted for Jumaane Williams when he was on the ballot for Lieutenant Governor with Cynthia Nixon as Governor of New York. Please check out his website JumaaneWilliams.com
    CVH aka Community Voices Heard Vetted them both!!!

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