New York, NY — Last week, Queens District Leader Richard David officially endorsed Eric Adams for mayor of New York City.
David was elected as a District Leader in Assembly District 31 in 2019. He was part of rejuvenating the Sojourner Truth Democratic Club as well as a member of Community Board 9 for over ten years. Most recently, he worked as a government relations specialist for a portfolio of leading nonprofits that provide life-changing cultural, educational and medical programs.
“New York City needs a leader with the lived experiences of everyday New Yorkers, including those of us in the most under-resourced communities of this great city, with a track record to deliver on their promises. This is why we must elect Eric Adams. I am confident that Eric will be a mayor who listens to us and can deliver for Guyanese and Trinidadian Americans, immigrant families, and all of us who call Assembly District 31 and New York City our home,” said David.
Born in Guyana, David moved to New York City as a child. He lives in South Ozone Park and has remained active helping our communities recover from Covid-19 by fighting for testing and vaccine sites, food pantries and support for small homeowners and tenants.
Adams has also already been endorsed by a number of leaders in the Queens community, including Assemblywoman Jenifer Rajkumar, Council Members Francisco Moya and I. Daneek Miller, as well as District Leaders Ari Espinal, Yanna Henriquez, Andres Vargas, Manny Perez, Monica Valdes and Connor Martinez.
In addition, Adams was also recently endorsed by DC37, the Hotel Trades Council, OPEIU Local 153 and 32BJ SEIU. And he has been endorsed by many other prominent elected officials, including State Sens. Diane Savino, Roxanne Persaud and Andrew Gounardes; Assms. Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn, Inez Dickens, Jaime Williams, Peter Abbate and Erik Dilan; Council Members Alicka Ampry-Samuel, Justin Brannan, Laurie Cumbo, Darma Diaz, Farah Louis, Alan Maisel and Ydanis Rodriguez; former U.S. Representatives Charles Rangel and Edolphus Towns; and former Bronx Deputy Borough President and longtime Assembly Member Aurelia Greene.