There used to be just two major candidates in this contest. The incumbent, Charlie Rangel versus the State Senator, Mariano Espaillat. However, upstart Clyde Williams has shown momentum as of late, and has a Super PAC working alongside his campaign efforts.
Some may say it is not a Congressman's responsibility to come up with public-private partnerships in their District. I disagree. If we have the resources to support constituents today, why shouldn't we?
In an exclusive interview with Clyde Williams, the former political director of the Democratic National Committee discusses the importance of constituency groups, like blacks, Latinos, and LGBT organizations, to Democratic electoral success.