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Hotel workers union launches blitz for Adams, Johnson

A union representing city hotel workers, whose livelihoods were devastated by Covid-19,is planning a $2 million push on ads and voter outreach for mayoral candidate Eric Adams, comptroller hopeful Corey Johnson and a slate of City Council contenders.

The initiative will be run by longtime union strategist Neal Kwatra through the political action committee Hotel Workers for Stronger Communities, which has $1 million on hand and is expecting to secure another $1 million, Kwatra said.


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