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BHB Readers Endorse Joan Millman in 52nd AD Dem Primary

The results of our BHB poll in the 52nd AD Democratic primary are in and our readers have endorsed incumbent Joan Millman against challenger/Brooklyn Heights resident Doug Biviano. Here’s the breakdown: Joan Millman 354 58.22% Doug Biviano 254 41.78%

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Better Late Than Never? Biviano Files Campaign Finance Report

On the comment thread following the profile of State Assembly aspirant and Heights resident Doug Biviano that we published last week, reader John Thomas Longo noted that Biviano was delinquent in filing campaign finance disclosure reports. We have now been provided with a copy of his 32 day pre-primary report, which was just filed (the […]

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Brooklyn Heights People: Doug Biviano

Ask State Assembly Candidate Doug Biviano about himself, and the first thing he’ll say is he’s a P.S. 8 parent who was born and raised in Brooklyn. Then, almost as if to prove it, he’ll ask the waitress at Heights Café to bring him a Brooklyn Brewery beer.

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Squeezing Out Sparks: Biviano Debates Millman

News Corp’s Community Newspaper Group (the Brooklyn Paper, Courier-Life) hosted a debate last week between the two candidates squaring off for the Democratic nomination in the 52nd NYS Assembly District.   Incumbent Joan Millman and challenger/ Brooklyn Heights resident Doug Biviano discussed many local issues, but one topic appears to be gaining traction (operative word: […]

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The Media Reports on the Media Not Paying Attention to Biviano’s NY Assembly Campaign

Brooklyn Heights resident and candidate for NYS Assembly Doug Biviano may not have Michael Moore’s heft as a documentarian but he makes his point about media interest in his and other challengers’ political campaigns in a web video posted earlier this week.   Now the media is picking up on Biviano’s not being covered…by the media. […]

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Biviano Slams Millman for MTA Mess

Brooklyn Heights resident Doug Biviano, who is challenging incumbent Joan Millman in the September 14 Democratic primary for the nomination to represent the Heights and nearby areas in the State Assembly, was seen on Montague Street last week carrying a cardboard poster of his opponent with the words “After 13 years as our Assembly Member…MTA […]

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Doug Biviano – Danger at Pier 6

Doug Biviano: Danger at Pier 6 from Heather Quinlan on Vimeo. New York State Assembly candidate Doug Biviano contacted us about safety issues with the newly-opened Pier 6: In addition to the knee-skinning gravel surface and bad sight lines between playground sections, Biviano also pointed out jagged boulders, potentially dangerous equipment and spots where he […]

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Biviano, Squadron Write Twin Brooklyn Paper Op-Eds

Brooklyn Heights resident and NYS Assembly candidate Doug Biviano has written an Op-Ed piece for the Brooklyn Paper: Brooklyn Paper: Coupled with the state’s arcane election law, it is virtually impossible for challengers to win. Legally complicated by design, election law is used by the incumbents to throw hundreds of challengers off the ballot, resulting in […]

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Guest Post: Doug Biviano Strikes Back

BHB Guest Post by Doug Biviano, Candidate for New York State Assembly I love our Brownstone neighborhoods, the American system of democracy and our free press. Like you, I am outraged that our state leaders have hijacked our state government to use for their own self-interests, which include, above all, getting reelected. That is why […]

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Run Biv Run! Biviano Announces Run Against Millman in 52nd AD

Former NYC Council candidate and Brooklyn Heights resident Doug Biviano announced today that he’ll be challenging NYS Assemblymember Joan Millman for the Democratic nomination this election year.  He’s produced a campaign video along with this press release:

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