Daby Carreras, 68th Assembly District

Daby Carreras  is running in a special election to the New York State Assembly to represent District 68. He is on the ballot in the special general election on January 18, 2022.

Carreras (Republican Party, Save Our City Party) ran for election for New York City Comptroller. He lost in the general election on November 2, 2021. Carreras was a Republican, Reform, Stop de Blasio, and No Rezoning 4 Ever Party candidate for District 8 representative on the New York City Council in New York. He was defeated in the general election on November 7, 2017.

Carreras was also a 2016 Republican candidate for the District 68 seat in the New York State Assembly.

An active community leader in in East Harlem, Daby cares greatly about this city. A financial advisor at Spartan Capital Securities with over 9 years of experience, Daby is running to bring fiscal responsibility back to City hall. Additionally, Daby has worked for over two decades in community activism as director of Life Spire Garden in Harlem and an active parishioner of Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church. The son of Cuban immigrants and fluent in Spanish, he was raised in Suffolk County where he received a research grant from Brookhaven National Laboratories was a member of the Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute and an all-County athlete in Soccer. 


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