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In addition to her work as a public service-oriented attorney, Vittoria has been an advocate for our communities across State Senate District 27 for years, including:

  • Supporting the preservation of Elizabeth Street Garden and representing Council Member Christopher Marte in an amicus brief submitted in support of the community.

  • Organizing with home attendant workers to stop the abusive practice of 24 hour work days.

  • Organizing Gateway Tenants against outrageous rent increases in a previously fully affordable residential complex.

  • Fighting for 100% Affordable 5WTC with a preference for 9/11 survivors and first responders and their children, so those who sacrificed so much can live in the neighborhood they helped rebuild.

  • Testified at Community Board 2 and City Hall on behalf of neighbors against the SOHO/NOHO and Chinatown rezoning that will destroy a historic neighborhood and displace community members.

  • Led the charge to change undemocratic party rules that allowed political bosses to select Democratic nominees in special elections.

  • Protested the proposed Chinatown mega-jail and was arrested with other community members, affectionately referred to as the "Chinatown Ten".

  • Supported the community in the lawsuit against the luxury development in the Historic Seaport District and filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Historic Districts Council in support of the community.

  • United political clubs and district leaders in Lower Manhattan in opposition to a conservative justice nominated as Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals. 



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