Post Tagged with: "Julio Pabon"

Fundraising starts for September primary

Fundraising starts for September primary

Government, Politics July 18, 2016 at 11:10 am 0 comments

Councilman Rafael Salamanca Jr. has built an early fund-raising lead with big contributions from the Bronx Democratic Party machine and elected officials, along with numerous smaller contributions.

By Annie Nova. Julio Pabon thanks his campaign volunteers at Yolanda's Restaurant on the Grand Concourse after the Feb. 23 election.

Pabon remains defiant in concession speech

Government, Politics February 24, 2016 at 3:54 pm 0 comments

Julio Pabon, who campaigned as a political outsider and called for a revolution in the South Bronx, finished a distant third in the Feb. 23 special election for the 17th district of the City Council, but the tone at his concession speech was upbeat.

Rafael Salamanca voted to City Council

Rafael Salamanca voted to City Council

Politics February 23, 2016 at 11:55 pm 0 comments

Community Board 2’s district manager wins special election to replace Maria del Carmen Arroyo Rafael Salamanca, the candidate endorsed by the Bronx County Democratic Committee and the district manager of Community Board 2, is the apparent winner in the special election for the 17th district of the City Council, representingRead More

First round of filings reported in council race

First round of filings reported in council race

Politics January 16, 2016 at 1:39 pm 0 comments

Rafael Salamanca outraises competition by wide margin By relying on large contributions from elected officials and businesses, Rafael Salamanca has raised nearly twice as much money as his nearest rival in the race to succeed Maria del Carmen Arroyo on the New York City Council. Salamanca reported a war chest ofRead More

Julio Pabón says he’s still the outsider candidate

Julio Pabón says he’s still the outsider candidate

Politics January 15, 2016 at 6:42 pm 0 comments

In running for the recently vacated 17th district city council seat that represents Melrose, Morrisania and Hunts Point, Julio Pabón finds himself in a familiar role: anti-establishment outsider.

Arroyo swamps Pabon to retain Council seat

Arroyo swamps Pabon to retain Council seat

Government, Politics September 11, 2013 at 9:44 am 4 comments

Councilwoman will continue to represent Melrose, Hunts Point and Longwood.

Money gap narrows in council race

Government, Politics September 3, 2013 at 8:00 am 0 comments

City Council candidate Maria del Carmen Arroyo is closing the money gap with her challenger Julio Pabon, new filings with the city’s Campaign Finance Board show.<!–more–> The finance board, which had withheld public funds from Arroyo’s campaign while she was embroiled in a dispute over the fraudulent signatures submitted onRead More

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Campaign Finance Board denies Arroyo funds

Politics August 15, 2013 at 5:54 pm 1 comment

As the race nears the home stretch, a challenger has more spending power.