Thank you again to all the voters who came out to vote in early voting, mailed an absentee ballot and came out to vote despite the rain on primary day.
Special thank you to team Edwin Wong 4 All 2021 and my wife Katherine for caring for our toddler sons, Kenneddy and Erik when I was out campaigning. The encouragement from family, friends, supporters and volunteers made everything possible.
I will continue to be a bridge builder in our community. My advocacy didn’t start with this city council race and won’t end with the outcome of it. It’s a lifelong journey. Thank you again for being a part of it.
A passionate advocate for everyone in our community. Families, small businesses, seniors, professionals and all residents. Edwin Wong will be a Champion for our Children, Champion for our Community, and Champion for Change and Progress.
Joined Andrew Yang and over a dozen other AAPI NYC council candidates to show solidarity and stand against the violence and attacks against the AAPI community in NYC in front of the N Q R Canal Street station. We then rode the subway to Times Square. Also shared my ABCs / 5 ways to Stop Asian Hate
Co-organized a Vigil to mourn the 8 Atlanta, GA attack victims. Let's remember their names and celebrate their lives: Hyun Jung Grant, 51, Xiaojie "Emily" Tan, 49, Delaina Ashley Yaun, 33, Paul Michels, 54 , Yong Ae Yue, 63; Daoyou Feng, 44, Soon Chung Park, 74, or Suncha Kim, 69
Standing with Mr. Ming Soon Teoh at the location where he was a victim of an unprovoked attack in front of the entrance of the East Broadway F Train Station in Manhattan’s Chinatown/Lower East Side on March 2, 2021. Joined others in a show of solidarity to stand together against hate and to stop Anti Asian Racism.
Edwin will be a public servant for EVERYONE in the community. He will kick off each calendar year with a State of the District Town Hall. Then have subsequent quarterly town halls in the district to listen to your concerns and advocate for you.
"Community First " initiative
"S.O.S. = SAVE OUR SENIORS"
Take the $ Billions allocated and give back to NYC families, residents, and small businesses.
We need to end homelessness of NYC Veterans
(inspired by Andrew Yang 2020 campaign)
SUPPORTING SMALL BUSINESSES SUPPORTING CENSUS 2020
The primary elections will occur on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. Primaries will use Ranked-Choice Voting (RCV). Candidates will also run for 2-year terms instead of 4-year terms for the first time. General elections will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.
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