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"I am not just asking for your vote; I am asking for your trust and partnership as we continue to make the 69th District a better place for all of us."

Meet Carmen Quinones

Our Community’s Choice for State Assembly

I am Carmen Quinones, currently serving as the President ofFrederick Douglass Housing, where I have not only resided but actively led initiatives that have directly improved the lives of our residents and our neighborhood. Under my leadership, we've launched community pantries providing food assistance to NYCHA residents and local community members alike. We've organized clothing donations, fiercely advocated for residents' rights, and have seen through the safety upgrades and renovations of our apartments.

My commitment extends beyond NYCHA. As Assembly Member, I will ensure that all voices in the 69th District are heard, respected, and represented. From securing better educational resources for our children to enhancing local infrastructure and ensuring comprehensive healthcare access, my agenda is comprehensive and community-first, it has also been marked by a strong commitment to enhancing mental health support structures, advancing change in bail reform to ensure fairness and justice, and collaborating closely with local law enforcement to improve safety and reduce crime in our community.



1. Housing
I live and breathe the realities of NYCHA housing every day,not just as a resident but as a council president who has fought for betterliving conditions. Looking forward, I am committed to fighting for a morerobust version of social housing that doesn’t just mimic past successes butinnovates new solutions that address our current housing crisis.  

2. Schools
Our children’s education is the bedrock of their future and our community’s prosperity. As a product of public schools myself, I know the value they provide and the challenges they face. We need to ensure that our schools are not just adequately funded but are innovative hubs that cater to the diverse needs of our students.  

3. Safety
I propose the implementation of more rigorous safety regulations and designated lanes for e-bikes and scooters to protect both the riders and pedestrians. Furthermore, our district needs enhanced community policing efforts that build trust and ensure safety without resorting to invasive tactics. 

4. Utilities
I will advocate for comprehensive audits and stricter regulations around utility rate increases to ensure fairness and transparency.


Paid for by: Carmen Quinones For State Assembly

Mailing Address: 840 Columbus Ave New York, NY 10025 USA