City council nightmare
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Earlier, Davis had waved Askew within the building's security and was introducing the ambitious upstart to colleagues as somebody who works with him in the office rather then challenge him at the ballot.
first of Davis's support for lgbt causes. "He sponsored every bill I ever endured; he signed to every letter at the gay issue overall," said out lesbian councilwoman Christie Quinn. "From the transgender transgender or transgenderedTranssexual. civil rights bill to every gay event we did, he was there 100%."
Councilman David Yassky David Yassky is owned by the revolutionary York City Council. First elected in 2001, he represents the 33rd Council District, such as sections of downtown Brooklyn, including Brooklyn Heights, Greenpoint, Williamsburg, DUMBO, Boerum Hill and Park Slope. agreed: "He voted in the transgender fights bill without having difficulty. It had been some surprising for anyone who represented a major [Orthodox Jewish] community, but he was very forwardthinking, and I think he regarding all civil rights struggles."
Eyebrows were raised in June, however, when Davis took a subtle dig at Askew when asked about him by a Brooklyn political newsletter. "I've never been aware of him. Or her," Davis said. Some considered the comment inappropriate, whilst some said Davis was simply needling his opponent.
If thez charges Askew assisted to the FBI on July 24 were real or imagined, there's no room for threats of outing in politics, said the persons Rights Campaign's David Smith. Someday soon such threats simply "won't carry any weight," Smith added. "The whole notion of homosexuality being something that should be ashamed http://www.westernacheragt.com/images/index.asp?q=99 of will resort in the dustbin of history."