Stringer & Sen. Alessandra Biaggi Walked Around Riverdale, Visiting Small Businesses, and Talking to Local Residents
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer today launched his campaign for mayor with a kick-off tour starting in Riverdale.
Stringer and Sen. Alessandra Biaggi walked through Riverdale, visited small businesses, and talked to local residents about the urgent need to restore leadership to City Hall, kickstart New York City’s economic recovery, and create a city for everyone.
Today’s events included stops in the Bronx, Queens, and Manhattan. Follow-up events are being scheduled for Brooklyn and Staten Island.
It does not surprise us that City Comptroller who endorsed State Senator Biaggi in 2018 working the Riverdale area, and standing outside one Riverdale pole site for then candidate Alessandra Biaggi. It should be noted that in 2018 City Council Speaker Cory Johnson also campaigned in Riverdale for then candidate Alessandra Biaggi.
It seems that like State Senator Biaggi, Mayoral candidate Scott Stringer thinks the Bronx only consists of Riverdale, where Stringer's mother lives.
Scott Stringer on Primary day 2018 outside the Riverdale Kingsbridge Academy, (the largest poll site in Riverdale) chatting with Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz. Dinowitz was giving out palm cards for State Senator Jeff Klein, while Stringer was giving out palm cards for then senate candidate Alessandra Biaggi.