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David Weprin

Choose David Weprin: And pick Corey Johnson second for comptroller

The best would-be comptroller on the Democratic primary ballot is David Weprin. A city budget that’s grown by $26 billion since 2014 has lots of fat, both around the edges and marbled throughout the steak. Weprin, an assemblyman, Council veteran, former Wall Street pro and longtime fiscal wonk, is well equipped to oversee the small army of auditors tasked with rooting out waste, fraud and ...
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The Jewish Press

Interview: David Weprin for NYC Comptroller

The following is an interview of David Weprin that was conducted as part of an ongoing series of interviews of candidates running for NYC Comptroller. David Weprin, is a candidate for the office of New York City Comptroller. He presently serves as a New York State Assemblyman for the 24th Assembly District. He is a life long resident of Queens where he previously served as a NYC Councilman and served as the Chairman of the Finance Committee. He has served in the NYS Assembly since 2010.
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Corey over Brad: How to rank the choice for city comptroller after David Weprin

This Editorial Board wrote Saturday that voters should rank David Weprin their first choice for comptroller. But we’ve got an important follow-up note about filling out the rest of your ballot, given that most polls show the race is between Council Speaker Corey Johnson and Councilman Brad Lander. Rank Johnson second. The 39-year-old autodidact has contagious enthusiasm, boundless energy and ...
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David Weprin

NY State Assemblyman David Weprin wants to be comptroller of New York City. He talks about the race and what makes him qualified for the position.
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City Comptroller Candidate David Weprin Receives Support Of Queens Rabbinical Voices And Community Leaders

On Thursday afternoon, June 3, Queens rabbonim and community leaders gathered at Haym Salomon Square by Vleigh Place and 72nd Avenue in Kew Gardens Hills to lend support to NYC Comptroller candidate David Weprin as the June 22 Primary election nears. Weprin, a Yeshiva of Central Queens graduate and Holliswood resident, has been a longtime public servant with vast knowledge in finance and is currently a local Assembly Member.
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Endorsements: David Weprin For NYC Comptroller

The Jewish Press Endorses Assemblyman David Weprin for NYC Comptroller. He would bring enormous experience in both the private and public sectors to the job of monitoring the city’s fiscal affairs, rooting out waste and fraud, and ensuring that municipal agencies serve the needs of all New Yorkers. After law...
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Watch David Weprin: Candidate for NYC Comptroller

Assemblyman David Weprin (D-Queens) is running to be our next NYC Comptroller, taking over for term-limited Scott Stringer, who is now running for Mayor. The Comptroller acts as the accountant of the entire city, as the chief fiscal and auditing officer. The comptroller is elected, citywide, to a four-year term and can hold office for two consecutive terms.
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Comptroller Candidate David Weprin Takes Pre-Pesach Main Street Stroll

This past Sunday afternoon, I had the privilege to join Assembly Member David Weprin on a stroll along Main Street to greet locals and interact with store owners ahead of Pesach. “It’s Chag HaAviv, what a beautiful Sunday afternoon,” exclaimed Weprin during our crawl. Pesach brings to light feelings of...
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City Comptroller Candidate David Weprin Vows to Cut Out Inefficiencies in Outside Contracting

NEW YORK — Amid a city budget soaking in red ink, City Comptroller candidate David Weprin vows to save money by targeting the city's outside contracting budget. Weprin — a state Assemblyman for Queens whose district includes Jamaica Hills, Richmond Hill, and parts of Briarwood — criticized the size of the city’s outside contracting budget ($17 billion), arguing it’s an unnecessary large chunk of the city’s overall $92 billion budget. He promised that he would cut out inefficiencies to save money if elected.
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