- June 11, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
Seven progressive candidates are “too dangerous for the City Council,” according to a pro-business, real estate-backed super PAC that’s sounding the alarm over crime and pushes to cut the NYPD’s budget.
Common Sense NYC, an independent expenditure group, has spent more than $331,802 on digital ads and mailers to oppose the “dangerous” candidates and support 15 others.
All but one of the seven got the seal of approval from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Courage to Change PAC, though the nods came after Common Sense NYC’s ad buys.
Common Sense NYC paid for attack ads and mailings targeting City Council candidates, including Jaslin Kaur of Queens.New York City Campaign Finance Board
The group’s negative spots target Adolfo Abreu, who is running in The Bronx; Christopher Marte, who is seeking a Manhattan seat; Brooklyn hopefuls Alexa Aviles and Michael…