Assemblyman Braunstein: A New Generation of Leadership
Sometimes someone comes along in Politics that has the ability to change the Pay to Play degenerate system that makes voters turn red with rage. Assemblyman Ed Braunstein may be the one! He is energetic community conscious professional, who is in government for all the right reasons.
Protecting seniors is a top priority for Assemblyman Braunstein. He is advocating for the elderly by working to prevent the closure of senior centers in New York City and was a leader in the recent Assembly budget battle to get centers money, reduce prescription drug costs, and preserve programs such as Meals on Wheels.
Assemblyman Braunstein has introduced numerous bills, including legislation to ban so-called “bath salts,” which are actually meth-like drugs; prevent sex offenders from residing within 500 feet of a school; fight elder abuse; provide tax and rent relief to seniors; and cap the increase on market values for co-ops and condos.
Assemblyman Braunstein previously served on Community Board 11, where he fought to preserve the character of Northeast Queens neighborhoods. As a member of the Community Board 11 Parks Committee, Assemblyman Braunstein fought to keep local parks open and streets clean.