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Boris Santos is running for NYS Assembly to combat our threatening climate crisis, to preserve and protect the communities of BedStuy, Bushwick, and Cypress Hills/East New York from gentrification and real estate speculation, and to transform the way politics is conducted in Albany.

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Lo que necesita el Distrito 54

El Distrito 54 de la Asamblea abarca las comunidades de Bed-Stuy, Bushwick y Cypress Hills/East New York. Es un distrito donde el Gobierno estatal de NY le debe $25.5 millones a veintiséis de nuestras escuelas públicas.

“The Assembly needs more comrades”: Julia Salazar’s chief of staff to challenge real estate favorite Erik Dilan

Santos said, if elected, he will pass “Good Cause” eviction, a tax on house-flipping, and grant the right of first refusal on foreclosure sales to tenants

Boris Santos: Williamsburg Native & Salazar Staffer Sets Sights on Assembly Member Seat

Boris Santos will be challenging incumbent Assembly Member Erik Dilan for seat at New York State's Assembly District 54.

Socialists endorse four gritty candidates for New York State office

It’s the housing, stupid. That’s the message from four Socialists running to rep Brooklyn in the state Assembly and Senate.

NYC’s Next Socialist Wave: DSA Takes Aim at the State Assembly’s Old Guard

As the 2020 state races take shape, the local DSA chapters are seeking to expand their influence — and taking on an even wider range of entrenched politicians.

Interview With Boris Santos, Julia Salazar's Chief Of Staff

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DISTRICT 54

The 54th Assembly District represents parts of Bedford Stuyvesant, Bushwick, Cypress-Hills and East New York.

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