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Democrat New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams said his party had become “too complicated” when asked to explain a drop in minority support for Democrats in the past election.
President Joe Biden’s November victory showed a drop in Black and Hispanic support from 2016, alarming Democrats about a possible trend toward Republicans.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Well, I believe that we’re not spending enough time on the ground,” he told the “Ezra Klein Show.” “We’re not dealing with those kitchen-table issues. New Yorkers and Americans are not complicated at all. They want to get up in a place that’s their own. They want to go to a place where they’re gainfully employed — an honest pay for an honest day. They want their children to be educated in an environment where they can be ready for the future. And they want to be safe.”
Adams added, “Residents have done their jobs for years. The city has not … And until Democrats understand that is all Americans and New Yorkers are asking for, we’re going to continue to lose people in the party. We have to rethink it. We’ve become too complicated. And we just have to communicate to our constituency as the average person.”
Adams is expected to win the mayoral race in the November general election, to replace outgoing mayor Bill de Blasio.
“We have to start being honest and see how we are taking and destroying our lives based on the food we’re eating,” @ericadamsfornyc tells @ezraklein on today’s episode of The Ezra Klein Show. https://t.co/dkmOH79AdZ
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) October 1, 2021
Eric Adams tells @ezraklein about the perils of gentrification and why he wants to rezone wealthy neighborhoods like SoHo: “We need to start talking about upzoning from 34th Street down to 14th Street, from 9th Avenue over to Park Avenue.”
— Emma G. Fitzsimmons (@emmagf) October 1, 2021
NYC mayoral candidate: Democrats have become ‘too complicated,’ failing to reach the ‘average person’ https://t.co/EkOVe1HTTh
— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 1, 2021
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