Daniel Dromm has been a progressive leader in Queens for over 20 years. Dromm was elected to the New York City Council in 2009 and represents District 25 (Jackson Heights & Elmhurst). He serves as the Chairperson of the Education Committee.
- In the City Council, Dromm has been a tireless advocate with a proven record of delivering for the community.
- $4 million to Elmhurst Hospital to create a Cardiac Care Unit and expand the Emergency Room.
- $6 million to double the size of Travers Park in Jackson Heights, adding much needed green space.
- More than $860 million to build new schools for our community and fight overcrowding.
- Led the effort to enact Local Law 6, certifying that all undocumented immigrants in City foster care get put on a path to citizenship.
- Reformed Stop and Frisk policies – and implemented real policing solutions.
- Passed Paid Sick Leave’ defending workers from unfair employers and protecting consumers from the spread of contagious illness.
- Implemented innovative and successful open space initiatives like the 78th Street Play Street and Diversity Plaza (37th Road) to promote local small businesses.