The First Elected Official in NYC with Coronavirus w/ Ritchie Torres
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Having coronavirus can be an extremely stressful situation. You'll need support from your friends and community all while being quarantined.
Join us for a virtual conversation with Council member Ritchie Torres the first elected official in NYC with coronavirus and how he is staying positive.
More about Ritchie Torres:
Ritchie Torres is an American politician from New York. A member of the Democratic Party, he is the New York City Council member for the 15th district. Elected in 2013, he is the first openly gay candidate to be elected to legislative office in the Bronx, and the youngest member of the city council.
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