Randy Abreu con pasos firmes hacia el Concejo Municipal

Randy Abreu con pasos firmes hacia el Concejo Municipal

New York/PP.- El abogado Randy Abreu, orienta su campaña con pasos firmes para convertirse en el próximo concejal por el distrito 14 de El Bronx. Su propuesta es inclusiva y ha generado el interés de los electores porque se enfoca en temas cruciales para el desarrollo y una mejor calidad de vida para los habitantes de su distrito.

Encuentro de apoyo favor dominicano aspira concejal distrito 14 Bronx

Encuentro de apoyo favor dominicano aspira concejal distrito 14 Bronx

Nueva York.- Más de un centenar de jóvenes, entre hispanos, anglosajones y afroamericanos, profesionales en diferentes ramas, efectuaron un encuentro este sábado en apoyo al joven abogado dominicano Randy Abreu, quien aspira a concejal por el distrito 14, en El Bronx.

Randy Abreu reaches 75 in-district donations, now eligible for NYCCFB fund matching

Bronx, NY (City Council District 14) – Candidate for City Council Randy Abreu announced today that his campaign has reached 75 in-district donations, according to campaign estimates. The milestone means that Abreu is now eligible to receive public matching funds through the New York City Campaign Finance Board (NYCCFB). 


Powered by grassroots support, the Abreu campaign is the first in the Council District 14 race to meet the NYCCFB’s requirements for participation in their fund-matching program and did so after just six weeks of campaigning. The milestone means that any donation, up to $175, from New York City residents will be matched 6-to-1 by the City of New York – meaning that a $10 donation effectively becomes a $70 donation and a $175 donation effectively becomes a $1225 donation, respectively. 


Reaching 75 in-district represents a boon to the Abreu campaign’s chances and highlights the groundswell of support that it has garnered within the community. Reflecting on the milestone, Randy Abreu said, “Before getting into the race to advocate for the urgent needs of my hometown community, I was told that getting 75 in-district donations would be one of the toughest hurdles to overcome. Though the median household salary in District 14 hovers around $20,000 a year, I am humbled by the support and commitment my neighbors are making to our movement. $10 can go a long way to ensuring jusitce, peace and sustainability at home - and it will. From the bottom of my heart and soul, I want to thank everyone from District 14 for showing us so much love just 7 weeks into campaigning.” 


Randy Abreu is a progressive Democrat running for New York City Council District 14. Raised in the Bronx, Abreu – a young lawyer – wants to help give back to the community that raised him. Having previously worked for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and in the administration of former President Barack Obama, he has the knowledge and experience necessary to represent the people of Council District 14 at City Hall.

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Randy Abreu, backed by nearly 200 individual donors, exceeds $16,000 in first CFB filing

Bronx, NY (City Council District 14) – Candidate for City Council Randy Abreu announced today that his campaign raised over $16,000 in monetary contributions before the March 11 filing deadline with the New York City Campaign Finance Board (NYCCFB).

Without the benefit of any institutional support or media coverage, the Abreu campaign received 191 unique individual contributions – the most of any candidate in the Council District 14 race and more than doubling the amount of unique contributions received by the incumbent. 34 of those contributions came from residents inside District 14, more than five times the amount received by the next closest candidate and almost half the amount needed to qualify for the NYCCFB’s public matching funds program.

The average donation was $84, also the lowest of any candidate in the race. In the two weeks preceding the deadline, Abreu for City Council also raised over $1130 per day, on average. Roughly 90% of donations came from working-class people who contributed $175 or less to the Abreu campaign.

On the numbers, Abreu said, “From students and waitresses to ironworkers and teachers, these numbers only reinforce the fact that our movement is one that is fueled and continually strengthened by a groundswell of support from the progressive grassroots, and it’s a testament to the collective desire of District 14’s residents to usher in a progressive era in our communities.”

Randy Abreu is a progressive Democrat running for New York City Council District 14. Raised in the Bronx, Abreu – a young lawyer – wants to help give back to the community that raised him. Having previously worked for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and in the administration of former President Barack Obama, he has the knowledge and experience necessary to represent the people of Council District 14 at City Hall.

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Fellow Alumni Discuss Their Experience, Opportunities for Future Applicants

CHCI Alumni Randy Abreu, Marlin Martes and Ernesto Espin spoke to Univision Nueva York about their impactful experience with ‎CHCI and about the opportunities available on our new and improved website, made possible with the support of Hyundai Motor America. Watch below and share with your friends to spread the word about our programs and CHCI’s positive impact!

Opinión: Preocupaciones sobre oportunidades y seguridad en nuestra transición a tecnologías 5G

Mientras que muchos de nosotros usando teléfonos celulares nos estamos acostumbrando a las altas velocidades que 4G ofrece, la industria inalámbrica se está moviendo a un ritmo más rápido, a la próxima generación de comunicaciones móviles, 5G. Hoy en día, en el EEUU, compañías como Verizon, AT&T, y T-Mobile están empezando a probar la nueva tecnología y se preparan para ofrecerla a sus clientes en lospróximodos años. [From Primera Plana Nueva York]

Dice Comisión Federal Comunicaciones EEUU reduce división digital

Dice Comisión Federal Comunicaciones EEUU reduce división digital

La Comisión Federal de Comunicaciones (FCC) de los Estados Unidos está reduciendo la “división digital”, a través del Plan Nacional de Banda Ancha 2010, que establece la política para la adopción de la misma y consumo de internet, según explicó el abogado de origen dominicano, Randy D. Abreu, graduado con honores de un doctorado en leyes de la universidad Thomas Jefferson, en San Diego, California, además de comunicación y estudio del Caribe en el Skidmore College de Albany. [From El Nacional]