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New York Leading Candidate Appoints Dead Activist to Brooklyn Democratic Status: Report

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New York Cityprimary candidates have been accused of appointing previously dead activists and several unknown residents to the Brooklyn Democratic post. 

Dionne Brown Jordan participated in the vote on Tuesday, representing the 46th Parliamentary District, covering all of Coney Island and Seagate and part of Bath Beach. Challenge Matil Def Frontas, Bay Ridge, Brighton Beach, Dyker Heights, Gravesend. Brown-Jordan has been the leader of the Brooklyn district for about two years and is an accounting assistant to the Brooklyn Democratic Party. 

She was endorsed by Congressman Hakim Jeffreys, butBrown Jordan's candidacyconfirmed that she had served as a district leader. I was in trouble in the report to reveal. Coney Island's late housing activist Alfrieda Davis is appointed to the Brooklyn Democratic Commission on December 1, 2020. 

However, Davis died a month ago on November 1, 2020, following his brain. Surgical complications, New York Daily News reported. 


Prior to Brown-Jordan, she claimed to have appointed her to that position with Davis' permission, but Brown-Jordan reportedly did not submit appropriate documents in Davis's name until a month later. .. 

This form also included the names of three other people living in Brooklyn, including a 91-year-old retired actress. Given the lack of active participation in recent years due to old age, the role of theDemocratic Partyin the local branch. 

Dionne Brown-Jordan see in her Twitter profile picture. 

Dionne Brown Jordan View Profile on Twitter Photo of.  (Dionne Brown-Jordan / Twitter)

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Davis' granddaughter, Cheyenne McGregor, told the newspaper that the Brooklyn Democratic Party had praised Davis for his past work as an activist, and that of his deceased grandmother. He said it was worrisome that the name would take shape. Housing inequality during the December 2020 Zoom Call, because party members knew of her death.  

Danielle Wallace is a FoxNews Digital reporter covering politics, crime, police and more. Story tips can be sent to danielle.wallace @ and Twitter (@danimwallace).