On this Tuesday June 26, 2012 Clyde Williams is one of four candidates looking to oust long time Republican Charlie Rangel. Williams, who represents Congressional District 13 in Harlem, has been endorsed by the Daily News and the N.Y. Times as he promises to serve the interest and residents in this District.
As a former aid and advisor to President Obama and former President Bill Clinton, as well as National Political Director of the Democratic National Committee, Williams is no stranger to the political game. With more then 20 years in public service Williams has created deep bonds and forged leadership within the Harlem community, specifically with African Americans and Latinos promoting job training, HIV education and prevention, and small business expansion and success just to name a few.
Williams received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Howard University and lives in Harlem with his wife and two children.
For more info on Clyde Williams and his campaign check out: http://www.clyde2012.com/