Andrew Smith

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Andrew Smith



Andrew Smith is a political activist based in New York City. He works for City Council candidate Khader El-Yateem.

People for Bernie

In 2016 Andrew Smith of Rockaway Wildfire, Occupy Wall Street was a leader of People for Bernie.

Backing El-Yateem

MK Mohammad Khan September 12, 2017:

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We fought the machine, and well...the machine won. Tomorrow is another day to dust ourselves off and get back to organizing, but tonight, I can't help but hold my frustration with erstwhile "progressive" organizations, politicians, and unions—who claim allyship on issues of racial and immigrant justice, but double down on whiteness and the establishment every time they're asked to make space for n... See More — with Abdullah Younus, Linda Sarsour, Andrew Smith, Rama Issa-Ibrahim, Kayla Santosuosso, Faiza N. Ali and Murad Awawdeh.

Claims against opponent Justin Brannan

Andrew Smith

"Supporters and staff for City Council candidate Khader El-Yateem of Brooklyn have accused his opponent, Justin Brannan, of failing to disclose campaign expenses to election regulators."

The complainants are Bay Ridge resident Abdullah Younus, a member of the New York City Democratic Socialists of America, an organization El-Yateem belongs to that has endorsed him for the seat and whose political committee has organized a full-blown endeavor to help him get elected; Brooklyn resident Kayla Santosuosso, El-Yateem’s campaign field director; and Bronx resident Andrew Smith, who stated on his Facebook and Twitter profiles that he is working for El-Yateem, the first Palestinian-American Christian ever to run for City Council.[1]

Metro DC DSA Public Facbook group

Members of the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America, public Facebook group, as of March 12, 2017 included Andrew Smith.[2]

South Brooklyn DSA Official Closed Group

Members of the South Brooklyn Democratic Socialists of America Official Closed Facebook Group, as of June 17, 2018 included Andrew Smith.[3]

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