Joel Rivera

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Majority Leader
New York City Council

At 22, he became the youngest elected official in New York City. A year later, he was unanimously selected by his colleagues to become the council's youngest ever Majority Leader. Currently, he is running for Speaker. He chairs both the State & Federal Legislation and the Charter Revision committees. Mr. Rivera’s sister is State Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera, and his father is State Assemblyman and Bronx Democratic Committee Chairman Jose Rivera.
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