Victories in Tuesday’s primaries, upcoming elections and save the date for our Parent Action Conference!

We at NYC Kids PAC are thrilled with the primary results from Tuesday night.  Seven of our endorsed candidates as pictured above won their primaries and will likely go on to win in November. All of them have exceptional records and stances on supporting our public schools, keeping the cap on charters, putting checks and […]

Our final round of endorsements in the 2018 Democratic primary

Update: NYC Kids PAC endorses Letitia James  for Attorney General, Jumaane Williams for Lieutenant Governor, John Liu in Senate District 11, Blake Morris in Senate District 17,  Ross Barkan in Senate District 22 and Jasi Robinson in Senate District 23. This is to add to our earlier endorsements of Jessica Ramos in Senate District 13,  Julia Salazar  […]

Our first round endorsements in the 2018 NY primaries

NYC Kids PAC enthusiastically endorses the following candidates running for the State Legislature in the Democratic  primary on September 13, 2018: Jessica Ramos (Senate D13) Volunteer or Donate. Julia Salazar (Senate D18) Volunteer or Donate Zellnor Myrie (Senate D20) Volunteer or Donate Robert Jackson (Senate D31) Volunteer or Donate             […]

NYC Kids PAC 2018 candidate surveys

Below are links to all the completed candidate surveys we received. (NYC Kids PAC endorsed candidates as of 9.10.18 in red and bold below) Office Election Candidate Attorney General Primary Letitia James Attorney General Primary Zephyr Teachout Attorney General Primary Leecia Eve Attorney General Primary Sean Patrick Maloney Governor Primary Andrew Cuomo Governor Primary Cynthia […]

Announcing NYC Kids PAC 2017 endorsements!

Sept. 7, 2017 Below are our endorsements in the 2017 City Council primaries, which we decided on the basis of these candidates’ thoughtful responses to our education survey and their record of supporting public education in their communities. We urge you to check out their websites and vote for them in the Democratic primary this […]

Our Kids PAC report card and reducing class size made the Mayoral debate!

Sept. 7, 2017 Check out the question about class size and overcrowding at about 30 minutes in during last night’s Mayoral debate between Bill de Blasio and Sal Albanese: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzIfDLHon-c Question: Mr. Albanese, the city’s Kids PAC, yesterday gave the current administration grade of “F” for class side and overcrowding, say more than half a […]

Parents and Advocates release 2017 NYC Kids PAC Education Report Card for Mayor de Blasio

The report card release was covered by the NY Post, DNAinfo and Chalkbeat. Sept. 5, 2017 For more information contact: Shino Tanikawa: 917-770-8438; estuaryqueen@gmail.com Today at 12 PM on the steps of Tweed, the headquarters of the NYC Department of Education, NYC Kids PAC released their 2017 Education Report card for Mayor de Blasio. The […]

We Want to Hear from You

April 11, 2017 NYC Kids PAC is preparing a special Mayoral Report Card for Bill de Blasio and would like to hear from you on which education topics are important to you.  Please take this brief survey to share your thoughts with us. It will only take 5 minutes. The survey closes on May 1, 2017.  […]

NYC Kids PAC endorses Gustavo Rivera, Robert Jackson, Debbie Medina and Robert Carroll for the State Legislature in Tuesday’s Primaries

NYC Kids PAC is endorsing four outstanding candidates running for state office next Tuesday, September 13. Based on their exceptional records and their responses to our candidate survey, our board urges you to be sure to vote for Gustavo Rivera in the Bronx, Robert Jackson in Manhattan, and Debbie Medina in Brooklyn, all running for […]

Candidate Surveys for the Sept. 13, 2016 Democratic Primaries

For the September 13th,  2016 Primaries, the New York City Kids PAC conducted candidate surveys for NY State Senate Districts 31 and 33 (Manhattan and the Bronx respectively) and NY Assembly District 44 (in Brooklyn).  Please check out the completed surveys here or below. The candidate responses can be accessed by clicking on the name, […]