Tuesday, May 16, 2006


Yang Cleans Up Offensive Radio DJ

"And activist Esther Yang is planning to run for Assembly on the East Side of Manhattan this year. Yang figured prominently in the battle to have staff members fired from Hot 97 when that radio station broadcast offensive jokes about victims of the 2004 tsunami." - Earl Lewis, Daily News, May 15, 2006,

Monday, May 08, 2006


From Our Town

Esther Yang . . . Tudor City resident, states that she is
frustrated with what she sees as a torpid, corrupted
Albany government. This has impelled her into the race. With
most major decisions effectively under what she calls
the three blind mice the governor, the Assembly
speaker and the State Senate majority leader, New
Yorkers have suffered.

Seeing the plans for the proposed high-rise
development, which would be located on First Avenue - this Con Edison site made Esther Yang feel that the future of the community would be hurt beyond repair. She feels that her daughter is in danger of the
Albany status quo.

"I' m running because I just want to rock the boat",
she said.

Sunday, April 30, 2006


We Pay More for Government Becuause of Special Interests, Lobbyist and Corruption and Get Less Services

New York State’s local taxes are the highest in the nation. Property taxes are 72%


The 74th Assembly District

The 74th Assembly District covers a large portion of the East Side from Delancey Street in the Lower East Side up to East 48th Street. The district covers some of the city's most beautiful and historic neighborhoods, including portions of the Lower East Side, The East Village-Alphabet City, Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, Waterside Plaza, Union Square East, Irving Place, Gramercy Park, East Midtown Plaza, Phipps Plaza-Renwick Gardens, Kips Bay, Tudor City, and Turtle Bay.

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