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Sunnyside Post to speak with Angelo Maragos

Angelo Maragos, the Republican candidate vying for the District 26 NYC council seat, will speak to this news blog on Saturday.

Maragos will face a tough battle in the general election when he takes on Jimmy Van Bramer, the winner of last week’s Democratic primary, for the seat on November 3rd. The 24-year-old’s platform is to bring new businesses to the area, and improve the education and public transportation systems in the district.  We will find out more on Saturday.

If you have any questions you would like us to ask Maragos, please leave a comment below. Maragos’ platform can be read at:




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He’s 24?! (Heh, that’s not my question) My real question is: What are his policy priorities should he be elected as the 26th’s Councilmember?


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