What Does the Public Advocate Do?
The Public Advocate is a non-voting member of the New York City Council. They introduce and co-sponsor bills in the City Council, provide oversight for city agencies, and investigate citizens’ complaints about city services.
You can vote for one candidate for public advocate.
Candidates on the Ballot
About NYC Matching Funds Program
The New York City Campaign Finance Board’s matching funds program matches every $1 from a local donor with up to $8 of city funding, encouraging city candidates to focus on their communities instead of special interests.