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Friday, July 17, 2009

Quinn Endorses Baez; Polanco Steps Aside

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The Bronx Democratic Party may have cut loose Councilwoman Maria Baez (they're supporting Fernando Cabrera, a pastor, in September's primary), but she still has friends in high places.

As she looks to secure a third term in office, Baez is being backed by mayoral candidate Bill Thompson, former Bronx BP Fernando Ferrer, and, we discovered yesterday, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn.

"She's been a great friend to her district, a great friend to the Bronx, and a great and loyal friend to me," said Quinn, speaking at a morning rally outside Baez's campaign office on East 181st Street.

Also present to show their support were Assemblymen Jose Rivera and Nelson Castro, Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo and her mother Assemblywoman Carmen E. Arroyo, and two or three other pols from other boroughs.

Assemblywoman Arroyo said people have tried to convince her to throw her weight behind another candidate, but she's not interested. "I said 'bring me a person who could do better than Maria.' But they don't have that person. That person doesn't exist," she said.

The younger Arroyo talked about Baez's "strength, character, and integrity." She said she called her the "quiet storm" because she works "very quietly, very consistently."

Said Baez, who represents the 14th District: "I've been in this community for 40 years, 30 years politically. I will not stop fighting for this community. I'm not going anywhere."

The event was billed as a "Women for Baez" rally, and perhaps 80 percent of the 100-plus crowd were women. At a guess, I'd say most were in the 60-plus age bracket.

"She's done a lot for the seniors, the schools, and she's not stuck up, I'll put it like that," long-time Morris Avenue resident Willie Simmons told me.

"Maria has always been the kind of person who makes time for you," said Anna McQuilla, who's lived in Mount Hope for 40 years.

I could go on, but you get the picture - there was a lot of people saying a lot of nice things.

At the rally, Baez introduced her new campaign manager, Yesenia Polanco, who until recently was one of Baez's potential primary opponents. Polanco told me she decided not to run back in May, but this is the first we've heard.

She said she realized that now wasn't her time, and so she looked carefully at the other candidates and decided to support Baez, who later offered her a job. "As a young Latina woman... she's very inspiring," said Polanco, a former state legislative aide.

Hmm... I wonder if things really went down like that. One thing I did hear is that Baez's decision to hire her came out of the blue, surprising at least some of the councilwoman's staff and others working on her campaign.

Regardless, as of yesterday, there's officially five candidates in the race, not six.




TOP PHOTO: Baez is at the mic, Quinn is in the center, Councilwoman Arroyo is on the left. BOTTOM PHOTO: Yesenia Polanco

63 comments:

  1. You Call me James......James Bond!July 17, 2009 at 2:49:00 AM EDT

    0oh Mann, Talk about a picture making you look 10lbs heavier?....it looks more to me like 50lbs lighter. What has she been doing for the last month while petitioning has been going on eating herself away??...Well we all know that this endorsement and that rally was just a big pity party for women. Truthfully told that 80% were women and 90% of them were sr. Citizens. Its good to know that she has been giving to the senior homes but what about all the other needs in this district??....I've gone personally into the area in which baez lives and has her office's and its sad to see that she takes care of some people and treats everyone like dirt. 0oh yea!, and anthony baez place give me a break did she really feed the people of the community the story of him being her son???.....nice way to get on the peoples soft side let alone neglect a women and her disabled child from the same community. This whole endoresment is a joke!. Just like sarah palins whole soccer mom fluke. We all saw how far that went. L0L. And yesenia polanco??? For your campaign manager??? Another huge joke!!...isn't it a little too late 2 seek advice from a women that wanted 2 run you out of office. But I get it ,I get it. The whole we the women thing. Hey, nothing against women here just someone like baez who sucks as a councilwomen. but hey its an endorsement I applaude you baez, let's just see now where the money goes. Perhaps its time for a new living room set because come september when you lose your sure gonna need something comfy to sit on while your home witnessing change in the district 14. Well that's enough of my opinions, facts, and truth for a day till next time......Ill Be Watching!!!..

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  2. this is laughable. that anyone would support a councilmember with an absence rate of over 60% is ridiculous. it just goes to show that our elected officials cannot be trusted. they are also not very politically saavy because baez is not going to win.

    i could go on forever, but i know that the readers of this blog are smart enough to know that this is complete BS and what baez is really about.

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  3. I can't stop laughing and this article. Polanco, camapign manager. Sorry, but she sold herself to the devil. She is only trying to get back at Hastin for not endorsing her. Wow, how does Maria's "loyaltist" who have worked very hard for her feel about this stab on the back. Wow and the endorsements from the other "woman" ummmmm....time will tell.

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  4. Now that Polanco has SOLD HERSELF OUT does she plan on returning the money she collected to run

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  7. Justice will roll like a river.. I feel sorry for anyone who associates themselves with this councilwoman.

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  8. Yesenia Polanco as Campaign Manager? Wow! And she said "now wasn't her time"? Interesting... We'll see what the future holds for her and the residents of the 14th CD. I wish her the best of luck (she's going to need it).

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  9. Yesenia never stood a chance. I know her. We are neighbors. She thinks everything is about her, her and only her. I think it was obvious the minute she was let go (sorry, she said she resigned) from Councilwoman Palma's office and her fundraising was horrible, that Yesenia was not a serious candidate.

    Trust me, we will nt forget her and who she stood with in 2012 (assuming Maria wins again) or there's alot of rumor that she (Maria) will leave mid-way her term, creating a special election and Yesenia will be already on notice so she would be the one supported by Maria and her clan.

    I do hear, and have not met him, that the youngest one in the crowded field of candidates, Jorman Nuñez is picking up steem and money. And the Pastor seems to have too much questions surrounding his residency and his political alliances (I still think he's a Republican at heart).

    We gotta love our Bronx :)

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  10. I agree Yesenia is all about Yesenia. Louie Diaz, Annabel Palma, figured that out. How long do you think it will take even Baez to figure that out!!!

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  11. Oh Lord, help us!

    I don't know Yesenia, but I have heard enough. I will vote for Yorman, he is young and energetic, he has passion for the district.

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  12. Yesenia, had made a threat if the democratic party did not endorse her she will turn and help Maria Baez, to get back at Carl Hastie.

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  13. Lets be real here....Carl Heastie is hurt that after he wasted 5k in helping Yesenia furnish her apartment that she would jump ship that way....Yesenia will be a great camapaign mananger for Baez 2009....Carl SUCKS as a Leader

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  14. I was at an event a less than a year ago and I saw Councilwoman Maria Carmen del Arroyo stand up on stage and endorse candidate Yudelka Tapia for the 14th City Council District. All of a sudden she is endorsing Maria Baez who will go down in New York City history for being the worst City Council Member of all time! Let us all have a change of pace and bring real change to the Bronx. My vote is for Yudelka Tapia!

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  15. Maria Del Carmen Arroyo Did That Before Term Limit Were Extented....Yudelka Tapia Would Be A Good Candidate but right now its not her time...she needs to wait 4 more years

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  16. Should Tapia wait for Baez to completely destroy the 14th District? Sorry, but we cannot afford to wait. Baez is an embarrassment and is a perfect example of what political machineries can do.

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  17. I agree with the comment above, my vote is for Cabrera he the one that's going to bring change

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  18. Baez Has Done Great Thing For The 14th District...Do Your Homework and see how much funding she has brought to our area...sorry Tapia is nice but not good...and Cabrera is just an opportunist whose using the word of God to get votes….But if I had To choose Between Tapia & Cabrera it would be Tapia….

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  19. There was a time when Maria Baez would not allow Yesenia Polanco enter her office. Politcs makes strange bedfellows. Of course, Polanco has tried to "sleep" her way to the top.

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  20. Let's see here...Arroyo is under investigation by the Feds...Polanco was fired by Councilwoman Annabel Palma, Speaker never done anything for the Bronx Quinn who is under investigation by the feds...and Maria Baez - anti tenant bill proponent, under investigation for charging $17,000 to her cell phone, giving $4,000 to a tenant organization she started and did not exist for four years, lives in the Poconos (we are watching you!), and WORST attendance record. What do they all have in common - dysfuction, crooks and lacking integrity.

    Baez is not for women. She is the one who tried to sneak in a bill against tenants just last year. If she cared for single moms, she would have never even consider introducing a bill in favor of slum lords. She has been all talk and no action for the last 7.5 years.

    Fernando Cabrera is the leader we need NOW. We cannot afford 4 more years of no show, inactive, crooked Baez. Cabrera you got my vote

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  21. Cabrera Has His Own Personal Agenda....& Guess What....Doing What's Right For The Community Is Not One Of Them....

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  22. Hey Titotruth,

    You are so right. It is time to get rid of corruption. Pastor Fernando Cabrera is the one who has really advocated for women in our community. Maria Baez has done nothing worthwhile for the poor and needy in our community. No one has ever seen her in any of the community boards in her district. We need someone who is ready to work and implement change in our community.

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  23. I started to collect signatures for cabrera thinking he would be the change we need...but was I wrong....Cabrera Needs A Change Of Diaper...Cause He's full Of Sh*T....Now that Yorman Is Out of The Race......I Jusst Won't Vote.....

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  24. anonymous or may I say Polanco is blogging. LOL. You are 20 years too late. Cabrera has made his mark in the community for the last 20 years. Baez supporters, run for your life. Just like Baez by passed you all for Polanco, so she will eventually use you and dump you. Ask Baez's former chief of staff Robert Barnes.

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  25. Anonymous,

    You are such a liar and imposter.You were never a Cabrera supporter. Also, please watch your language.

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  26. Lol....Its so sad everyone answering on behalf of cabrera don't realize that they are being used by their own Pastor...Using the word of God for their own personal gain is a sad thing....Baez has done good work & will continue to do good work cause she's winning he re-election bid...Baez is Proven Leadership....Cabrera Is An Outsider and needs to stay away together with his campaign manager Greg Fulkner.....

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  27. Oh sure great Pastor Cabrera. Lives in Pelham. Is a REPUBLICAN. Is a follower of the most ultra conservative Rev. Jerry Falwell and attended conservative Liberty University. Moved from the Bronx because he would not educate his kids in our schools. Why not stay and fight for better schools. Now you come back into the 14th just so you can run for city council. What a JOKE.

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  28. Anonymous, you continue to be misinformed. This is why you continue to follow Baez and it is obvious that she got you in her pay roll. Nobody in their right mind would follow a crooked person like her. The one who has acted like a republican is Maria Baez. She is the one who tried to pass an anti tenant bill last year. This is why the TENANT PAC has endorsed Pastor Fernando Cabrera and NOT anti tenant Baez who acts like a republican. Action speaks louder than words. Cabrera is the one who has shown democratic values and ACTION in the last 20 years.

    And you continue to misinformed. His daugther attended ONLY Bronx schools since elementry school all the way through high school and college. The reality here is that you are misinfomed. Cabrera has lived in the Bronx longer than any other place.

    So let's get to the facts, why won't you answer the real deal issues about Baez. You won't because her aweful track record speaks for itself, anti tenant legislation, investigated by the feds (will soon join councilmember Miguel Martinez, since they learn these crooked ways from each other) for slush funds and illegal transactions, never attended a community board meeting in her district, and worst attendance record (46% - no wonder she is going to get fired on Sept. 15 by the community and let's not forget that lives in the POCONOS). Why do you keep avoiding answering the real issues? Because you know it is true. This is day two and you will not answer. Actions speak louder than words.

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  29. Oh Anonymous, why do you tell the whole truth that Pastor Fernando Cabrera received his doctorate from a liberal and progressive University - Argosy University. We should be proud that finally we are going to get an educated and competent city councilman in district 14. Go Cabrera!

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  30. Cabrera is the true democrat in this race. This is why the Bronx Democratic Party, Working Families Party, Acorn, 1199 union, 32BJ, United Federation of Teachers, DC37, Retailers union, Hotel and management union, churches and community leaders have endorsed Cabrera - he is the true democrat in this race.

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  31. I used to be a Maria Baez supported, but she turned out to be a lazy, stayed at home politician. As a Hispanic woman, I am ashamed that she is representing us. No mas! No more Baez. I studied the candidates and Cabrera will have my vote. Mujeres para Cabrera.

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  32. John Lopez you are sooo right they neva answer the questions. How can anyone want Baez back, My whole family which lives in this district is going to vote for cabrera he's are only hope.

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  33. I am a Mujer & I know I won't vote for Fake Rev. Cabrera.....Mujers For Baez....She had a gr8 press conference & it showed the strength that sshe has in her district....& I know I am not on her payroll...just someone that knows the contribution she's made to our district.... baez 2009!

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  34. My family lives in the district & we are all voting for. Baez.....cabrera is nothing but a liar with the title of Rev...which is only a cover up.....

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  35. evr\yone needs to get there facts straight and do there homework about all of those who are
    runing. do your homewrok and i am a true believer of MARIA BAEZ i lived in da community for over 20 years and all she has done is look out for us.. an d if she didnt attend those meetings it was because she was busy figthing 4 our community. So please do your homework before u put your opinion on anything or anyone

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  36. Maria Baez is an embarassment to the hispanic community. She has shamed us and for the last 8 years has demonstrated to us why we should not vote for her (the most telling being her attendance record). Many of you posted the reasons above.

    That said, Fernando Cabrera is also a liar who was a registered republican until last August and lives in Westchester County, the 12th richest in the nation. He "moved" to Sedgwick last July, for the sole purpose of running for office. He said he moved to Pelham to give his kids a better education. Rather than fight for better schools here, he left. And now he wants to come back?? Sorry buddy.

    Yorman Nunez, who is a young man of integrity and who really wants change, bowed out yesterday, because he understood that by staying in the race, he would only increase the chances of one of these two winning.

    Miguel Santana is also a young man with promise but at this point he does not have any real chance of winning. He has neither the resources nor the organization to win a race in this district. He should follow the brave steps of Yorman Nunez and step aside.

    That leaves Yudelka Tapia. Yudelka Tapia is the only candidate with a true history in this District. She has newspapers documenting her trajectory from as far back as 15 years ago. She ran against Baez and the Bronx machinery in 2001. She also ran for State Assembly in 2002 and was endorsed by the NY Times. Which makes her campaign slogan, "The Time Is Now", rather appropriate. It seems that Tapia has true grassroots support and has a very diverse delegation behind her.

    When all is said and done, the race boils down to 3 candidates who could possibly win: Maria Baez, Fernando Cabrera and Yudelka Tapia. Even if you aren't a fervent Tapia supporter, she is the only acceptable choice. Baez and Cabrera are offensive to the community and we cannot allow them to fool us again.

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  37. Maria Baez One More Time....We Need For Her To Finish Her Good Work.....Baez 2009!

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  38. Yudelka the six time looser...we are not even going to discuss her in this blog. She does not get the message that the community has spoken loud and clear six times (lost six elections) ..she doesn't have what it takes to be a leader in our community.

    Cabrera is the man of integrity and character we need NOW. I am still waiting for any of the so called Baez supporters to answer my questions before. I am estimating that the answers will not come since the daily news, new york post and norwood news has made it plain and simple: she is a crook, no show, city council member. The evidence demands a verdict - Maria Baez is guilty of failing our community. Cabrera will be the clear winner on September 15!

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  39. John Lopez: answer these questions: Why didn't Cabrera run as a Republican instead of registering as a Democrat last August? Also, why did he move to Pelham to educate his children (as he said he did in the Norwood News), rather than fight for better schools here?

    Also, what are the six elections that Tapia lost?

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  40. Jorge,

    Those questions have already been answer. But to refresh your mind, it is a decision he made based on what was taking place on a national level with President Obama. It is interesting that when Senator Spector became a Democrat, he was praised by President Obama. He has been vetted by the Democratic and Working Families Party. Cabrera is the only one of the candidates who has worked in the public school system and truly knows what is taking place in the school. Yorman Nunez himself has stated in his own website how our schools are failing our students.

    Regarding Tapia's six elections, you do the research and you will find out.

    Getting back to the real race, the one between Maria Baez and Fernando Cabrera, it is very clear that Fernando Cabrera has stood as the most competent leader. Cabrera has the proven track record of leadership that we need now. It has gathered a level of support unprecedented by a non-incumbant in the history of Bronx history. He has been properly vetted by different organizations and has stood as the right person to lead the 14th district during these difficult times. I will continue to support Cabrera with all of my resources. I cannot stand to live one more day in this district with Maria Baez's poor and failing track record.

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  41. Hi Jorge,

    I will save you sometime, since John Lopez did not list Yudelka's numerous defeats.

    2001 City Council race - Yudelka lost
    2002 District leader race - Yudelka lost
    2003 City Council race - Yudelka lost
    2005 City Council race - Yudelka lost
    2008 State Committee race - Yudelka was blown
    away by an unknown candidate 64% to 36%, after she spend tons of money. She can even win in a State Committee race.

    Oh, the six one, I am guessing Johnlopez was referring to the 2009 race. LOL.

    Cabrera is the man for such a time like this. You got my vote.

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  42. Yudelka Tapia did not run in 2003 or 2005. And she was on the ballot in 2001, which means that technically she did not run. She ran for State Assembly in 2002. And she did not spend a dime on the State Committee race last year. Get your facts straight Mike Robles.

    John Lopez: Don't compare Senator Spector to Cabrera. He switched parties while he was in office, not to get elected like Cabrera has done.

    He voted in the Republican Primaries of Febraury 2008. Which means he probably voted for John McCain, Mitt Romney or Mike Huckabee. These are facts not lies. There is also the fact that he moved to Bronx a year ago, from Westchester.

    The Bronx does not like elitists.

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  43. JohnLopez - Cabrera reminds us of Rev. MOON. Cabrera church is a cult you must be one of his blind followers. Acorn, Working Families, ll99 and others we are sure they are NOT aware that Cabrera study at the university founded by the most conservative and right wing element of our society Rev. Jerry Falwell. And John you can continue being in denial the facts are that Cabrera was a registered Republican and has enjoyed and raised and educated his childred were you and the majority of our people cannot afford PELHAM, NY. The richest county in the state of NY. He only registed Democrat 10 months ago for the sole purpose to run for city council in the 14th.

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  44. Jorge...you have not done your research. The record is clear regarding the 5 times she lost. She spent all kinds of monies in last year's blow out defeat. Go to the nyc campaign finance and see how much monies she spent during that time. The reality is that it was simply a total blow out defeat.

    It is also obvious that you may not be familiar with the fact that he could not have voted in the democratic primaries, since he is obligaded by law to sit out one primary election once he switch parties. He fulfilled his civic duty by voting in that primary. What the Yudelka team has never address is the FACT that she supported Nelson Castor, who was actually a Republican campaign coordinator. So Yudelka needs to stop the double standard and hipocrasy. Everyone knows she is simply a spoiler in this race with NO chance of winning. People are leaving her campaign by the day.

    So, getting back to Maria Baez, her aweful record is clear. How can someone even support someone with such an aweful record? If anybody had such a poor job attendance record, they would be fired. Well, it is time to fire Baez.

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  45. Baez has always had an explanation for her attendance.....what you fail to realize is that even with the attendence record she has brought so much resources to her district....do your your homework...cabrera knows the system cause he worked in it...ha what a joke what about maria understand her district cause she was one of us...a single mom struggling to raise her daughter...1199...working families....Bronx Democratic County Committee...all those organization & company based their decision on political moves not on her track record....cabrera is an outsider....Mujers For Baez!....

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  46. Cabrera fufilled his Republican duties by voting in the Republican Primaries. Once a Republican always a Republican!

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  47. I presume that the unions have lined themselves with Cabrera for a reason...right?

    Sooo Baez supporters...you see nothing wrong with Baez mis handling monies? I read the articles about her attendance (she was sick...ok...I get it. I'm not heartless) but, mis handling and illegally handling citizens monies? I mean seriously what do Baez supporters have to say about this...I am very curious. If it can be justified and cleared up as to why she continued to give monies to non profits that the city found unfit...I am all ears (or rather eyes...lol)

    Preferably I am interested on feed back for this article...

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  48. found on www.NYPolitics.com search Maria Baez

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  49. June 8, 2009

    A city councilwoman made an end run around the budget process -- using tax money to pay the head of a nonprofit after the city deemed his group unfit to receive public funds, The Post has learned.

    Maria Baez (D-Bronx) allocated $5,000 from her discretionary office account to Leo Martinez for his work with immigrants in her district.

    The city had twice refused to allow Baez to fund Martinez's now-defunct Alliance for Community Services through a separate account for nonprofits, spending records show.
    By SALLY GOLDENBERG and DAVID SEIFMAN (NY Post)

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  50. hmmm interesting...

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  51. I thought Yesenia was smart. Why would she align herself with this? OMG!

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  52. Yesenia Polanco is not smart; she is a joke. I understand that this is politics, but for prinicples' sake people should be less political. It is possible to be strategic and savvy while still maintaining some integrity. Polanco lost it all. Anyone who is supporting Baez at this point, is not doing it because they believe she will do anything good for the district.

    Thankfully there are other people in the race, whom I know very well. And it makes me know that there is still hope. And that there is still something to fight for. And so I will keep fighting, until we win. I'm proud to be going against the establishment.

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  53. Carl Hastie gave Yesenia 5K to fix to apartment? Now it makes sense. Was this 5K from him personal or from the party????? Should do an investigation. So it is true he promised to endorse her for office. Nothing shocks me anymore about Yesenia or politics they are all crooks.

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  54. Hello Everyone.. I guess everything has been said.. I haven't been on in a while so I thought I'd give you an update...

    I saw Transformers 2.. It Was Awesome

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  55. This is pretty funny:

    http://bronxtoons.blogspot.com/

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  56. Carlos,

    What you talking about. Tranformers 2 was horroble...

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  57. Baez is a no show, so they say, but at least she has shown some results in the community. Cabrera switched parties and moved into the bronx in 2009 (Espada-esque), he is confUSING his congregation, has no history in leadership or politics, he is an opportunist to the core and an outsider...where are the results, where is the evidence he can do the job, I don't see it. Tapia ?????? at least she is from the district, has some experience and hasn't lied to us like the Rev has. Slim pickings but I am going with Tapia

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  58. Talk about Espada - him and Maria Baez have endorsed themselves. Have you seen her flyers being distributed in the bronx???????? Tapia can't even speak English right...can't wait to see the debate.

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  59. No one answered my questions about what Baez did with tax payers money...pushing money to non profits that were deemed unfit to receive funds by the city...??!??!??!?Waiting...AND about her giving money towards education and senoirs...SHES SUPPOSED TO DO THAT...the money is already set aside for that...she's doing the bare minimum of what is required of her. Bare minimum in attendance and in making change in the Bronx.

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  60. Yesenia stop blogging...sell out...if you wanted real change, you would not align yourself with this.

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  61. They say Tapia can't speak English but Cabrera is the worst, this guy cant speak it or write it, he is horrible...get out of our district and go back to Pelham where you came from

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  62. Are you trying to say that Yudelka is a better speaker....oh boy, I am really falling off my seat. So Cabrera, who is a graduate profesor cannot speak? You are foolish to believe people will believe this. You don't get you degree for being cute...but for being smart. And why don't you move out..if the district is so bad and you are not happy with it. You keep complaining but don't do anything about it.

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  63. Maria and Yudelka did not get their matching funds....I wonder why? They probably took illegal money and are under investigation.

    http://www.nyccfb.info/VSApps/WebForm_Finance_Summary.aspx?as_election_cycle=2009&sm=press_&sm=candidates_20b

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