City Comptroller Scott Stringer came under fire Monday over Mayor de Blasio’s use of $2 million in taxpayer funds to defend himself during recent corruption probes — by a Republican opponent unaware Stringer is being sued over the move.
New York City comptroller candidate and former New York Jets defensive lineman Rev. Michel Faulkner stopped by the PRESS of Southeast Queens office on Monday to discuss why he believes that the city needs small government and how the Republican Party should change from the bottom up.
Michel Faulkner is tired of career politicians and he doesn’t believe elected experience is necessary to run for one of New York’s citywide offices.
A NYCHA tenant on the Upper West Side has been dealing with a bathroom leak for more than two years. At times it’s so bad that she has to get creative just to stay dry. Our Michael Scotto has the story
Former New York Jets defensive lineman Michel Faulkner is a pastor in Harlem, and when it comes to the New York City comptroller race, he’s all fire and brimstone.
Michel Faulkner is leaving the race for mayor and focusing on unseating City Comptroller Scott Stringer. The Republican candidate joins Errol Louis to discuss why.
Faulkner, a former New York Jet and now a Harlem minister, launched a long-shot bid to defeat Mayor de Blasio more than two years before the 2017 election.