News from the Campaign

In the News: Maher Leads Discourse on Local Issues

In the News: Maher Leads Discourse on Local Issues

Legislator Damon Maher Calls Out Local Elected Officials For Condemning Killing of George Floyd But Remaining Silent About Those Killed By Police in Westchester - by AJ Woodson, Black Westchester, May 15, 2021 "Silence is not an option - not for us as lawmakers, not...

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MLK Day reflections: The time is always ripe to do right

Having re-read and analyzed and pondered Dr. King's “Letter from the Birmingham Jail” over the past few years, I have admired it for one thing as a leading example of literary polemic, but of course it is more than just good writing with some memorable quotes...

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Disbar Giuliani

Tutti Frutti, oh Rudy!  The man has completely lost it and is no longer fit to serve as a counsel to any client, much less appear as an attorney in court.  His reference to the medieval practice of "Trial by Combat," more properly called...

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A New Year: United, We Stand

A bit late, but I want to start by wishing all of you and your families a happy and healthy 2021.  The year is off to a mixed start, to be sure, with hard-won victories in Georgia and terrible violence at the Capitol.  But we are looking forward to a new President and...

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Old Blues, Eastchester Blues

Did you know… Yale alumnae/i are called “Old Blues’?  I am kvelling over my Yale college classmate and friend Daniella Levine Cava, who won her race for Mayor of Miami-Dade County in south Florida. She will be the first woman to hold that position, and the first...

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Mail

So now you know, if you didn’t before, every vote is important this year.  Presidents may or may not be able to balance the budget, bring  prosperity to us all, resolve armed conflicts everywhere --- there are innumerable things...

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Dribble March And Tuckahoe Endorsement

September 6, 2020 Saturday morning, please join me and the staff and young people of the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle in a justice march, dribbling basketballs down North Avenue, from the playground just south of the...

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Voting Machines

This is my political platform and I’ll whine if I want to, whine if I want to…  We did a lot of good things at our last full Board meeting last week, which I’ll report on in the next eblast from my official County account.  But here I’m sorry to tell you that my...

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