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My name is Mario Rosser

 

I grew up coming home to eviction notices on my front door. Ever since, my mission has been expanding opportunities to all as a tech business manager, nonprofit leader, and community builder. I’m running for City Council to keep Harlemites in their homes, invest in our youth, and rebuild a more inclusive local economy. 

I grew up coming home to eviction notices on my front door. Ever since, my mission has been expanding opportunities to all as a tech business manager, nonprofit leader, and community builder. I’m running for City Council to keep Harlemites in their homes, invest in our youth, and rebuild a more inclusive local economy.

Our Values and Vision

If elected, my priorities will be:

  • Fostering a community-focused economy rebuild that is environmentally sustainable 

  • Improving neighborhood quality of life
    (schools, public safety, and trash)

  • Strongly addressing anti-Black systemic racism (displacement, policing, and poverty)

I know what it’s like to lose a loved one to a disease without a cure ‒ I lost my Mom three years ago to late-stage lung cancer and I think about the healthcare disparities in our community every day.

I’ve served meals to families waiting in lines down the street and around the corner outside Masjid Malcolm Shabazz. I have childhood friends from my block sitting in prison right now because of gun violence. I deeply feel the pain and trauma of our community. It’s very real to me. Every position that I take ‒ every action that I fight for ‒ is rooted in the conviction that we must fight for Harlem to be a great place to grow up in for kids born into the most challenging socioeconomic situations in our neighborhood. If we’re able to have that neighborhood, every Harlemite will be better off.

 

While you can read through specific proposals on the policy page via the menu button in the upper right-hand corner, over the course of this campaign I will seek constant feedback from as many residents as possible to co-develop a highly responsive agenda for Harlem. 

 

Government can’t solve every problem we’re dealing with, but Harlem’s representative to the City Council will have the opportunity to move our neighborhood forward.

 

The Democratic Party primary election for City Council District 9 is June 22nd, 2021.

SECURING A FAIR RECOVERY AND 
EQUITABLE ECONOMY

INVESTING IN OUR SCHOOLS AND 
PUBLIC SPACES

DIRECTLY
ADDRESSING
SYSTEMATIC RACISM

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