Sunday, February 24, 2008
Thursday, February 14, 2008
From City Hall News: "Dromm, a public school teacher for the past 24 years, is positioning himself as the education candidate. What this district wants is a change in education. They want someone who knows the educational system,” he said. He has raised $31,666 so far, city campaign finance records show.
From Queens Chronicle: "Campaign funds are making news from the presidential race on down, as smaller contributors, not established funding experts, are making the difference to candidates."...“My experience with campaign finance and term limits is that it’s opening the door to people like myself to run for public office,” said Daniel Dromm — a likely candidate for City Council in Jackson Heights — in an interview last month. “It’s the 6-to-1 matching that really makes it possible for community based people to run.”
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
From Queens Tribune: "Longtime gay activist and now Democratic regular, District Leader Danny Dromm leads the field as the likely heir to the seat held by Helen Sears in the 25th. With Bryan PuFolkes and Alfonso Quiroz both mentioned as possible candidates, it seems it may take a return from the State Senate by John Sabini to cause the Dromm train from stalling. "