Some have called us “the elite” among young New Yorkers who hold vast influence over our own peers and how young people think. That aside, we, have done our part to help others. Alike Cynthia Nixon, we, are viciously against a third term by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who, has knowingly done the opposite in which should have been done: fight for everybody.
As youngsters, we, have on numerous occasions stepped into the city to see the very same issues in which Nixon is campaigning for. At the forefront, the MTA issues in which plague each and every one of us. While MTA officials line their pockets with rail-fare, we, are often subjected to delays; train work, and more annoying than anything else.. homeless people sleeping on the train.
The astonishing number of homeless veterans in New York City is heartbreaking. Everybody is aware Veterans Affairs’ is a pointless organization, and, often does nothing. But knowing that (and we’re sure Cuomo does), why hasn’t he stepped up to the plate about one of the most pressing issues in Manhattan?
It’s annoying because people shouldn’t be subjected to sleeping on trains, when, there are so many available buildings that could be turned into appropriate and affordable housing. But, that’s where Governor Cuomo has failed. Instead, the richest and wealthiest of them all continue to line their pockets and live in their ivory towers — while — others are forced to live outside and in subways with no more than a $1 to their name come dinner time at night.
As a British owned newspaper based in New York, we, often hear so much about how people really feel about their politicians (in this case, especially Cuomo). A two-term Democrat, Cuomo, has failed his city so bad that young people feel the burn the most.
In the coming days, we will be heavily promoting Nixon and her campaign promises amongst the youth in New York City. We have not been paid by Nixon for an endorsement or anything of that nature. We chose to endorse Nixon on our own accord, and, are willing to defend the endorsement to the city of New York.