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Elizabeth Crowley, New York
|New York City Council|
|2008 - Present|
|Years in position||7|
|Elections and appointments|
Crowley ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House to represent New York's 6th District. She sought the nomination on the Democratic ticket and faced Rory Lancman and Grace Meng, both members of the New York Assembly, and physician Robert Mittman in the June 26 Democratic primary. She was defeated by Meng in the primary.
Elizabeth Crowley's cousin, U.S. Representative and Queens Democratic Party Chairman Joseph Crowley, endorsed Meng over his relative. As a local Democratic leader, the congressman was heavily invested in the race; analysts suggested he would benefit from backing a winner after he endorsed a candidate in 2010 who went on to lose to Republican Bob Turner in an upset.
Regardless, the party was not expected to lose the seat. Joe Crowley's interest in supporting Meng was more about bolstering the "perceived strengths" of the local Democratic organization, analysts said. Meng did have the cash advantage, as well as the race advantage in a 40-percent Asian district. She was endorsed by The New York Times and EMILY's List, among others.
|U.S. House, New York District 6 Democratic Primary, 2012|
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- New York City Council, "Crowley," accessed on January 21, 2015
- AP/CSPAN, "New York-Summary Vote Report," June 26, 2012
- Roll Call, "Democratic Primary Going to Wire in Queens," June 19, 2012
- New York Daily News, "Elizabeth Crowley, Grace Meng Log NY-6 Nods," April 23, 2012
- Politicker, "Elizabeth Crowley Takes The Gloves Off, Bops Lancman [Video," June 18, 2012]
|New York City Council, District 30
2008 – Present
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