Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Sponsored Post - Elect Esther Yang Democratic Party 76 AD Part A District Leader Representing Roosevelt Island & Upper East Side - Early Voting Thru June 20 At Sportspark, 250 Main Street, Primary Election Day June 22 At PS/IS 217

Esther Yang is a candidate to  represent Roosevelt Island and the Upper East Side as Democratic Party 76 AD Part A District Leader.

Esther Yang is a mom, judicial delegate, "New Yorker of the Week" by NY1 for her work with children and the creator of bully-free zones in public schools. For over 20 years, she has served as a community organizer and activist. She is a wellness advocate and educator that teaches yoga, karate, and meditation in schools and colleges across Manhattan. She is the author of "Love Yourself, the Heck with Everyone Else" and guest speaker on Mind Body Medicine at Cornell Medical School.  

Esther has a passion for improving the community by working closely with voters and elected officials. "As I have always done in the past and continue to do today and everyday, I am committed – heart and soul – to working hard for all of you and for everyone on the Upper East Side and Roosevelt Island."

What is a District Leader?

District leaders are unpaid elected officials representing your district at the county level. District leaders are expected to staff poll sites, assist in the selection of judicial nominees, help facilitate the party’s activity within their district and influence policies/structure of their local county committee.

Esther Yang is endorsed by Mayoral candidate Andrew Yang,

and Roosevelt Island Assembly Member Rebecca Seawight, among other elected officials, as well as Roosevelt Island resident Joyce Short.

Meet Esther Yang at the Roosevelt Island Farmers Market where she has been a frequent visitor.

More info about Esther Yang's candidacy for Democratic Party 76 AD Part A District Leader at her website

Roosevelt Island early voting is available now thru Sunday June 20 at the Sportspark building (250 Main Street) and at PS/IS 217 (645 Main Street) on Primary Election Day June 22.