Maya Wiley, a social equality legal advisor, previous assistant to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and MSNBC legitimate expert, is reporting her application to succeed de Blasio in 2021.
“I need to construct a New York where regardless of what your identity is or what you resemble, how you recognize or who you love, whether you have a major financial balance or none by any means, whether you live openly lodging or extravagance apartment suites, you can carry on with an existence with poise and opportunity in this city,” Wiley says in a video posted late Wednesday.
Wiley, 56, is a previous director of New York City’s police oversight organization and previous guidance to the chairman who has likewise educated at The New School. She reported in July that she was leaving her situation as a supporter of MSNBC and NBC to investigate a run for city hall leader.
Whenever chose, Wiley would be the city’s first lady chairman and second Black chairman.
She will join what is probably going to be a jam-packed Democratic essential in the competition to succeed de Blasio, who is banished by the city sanction from looking for a third term. Other declared competitors incorporate City Comptroller Scott Stringer and previous U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan.