Latino Lawyers Association of Queens County President Catalina Cruz (in blue blazer) received the endorsement of NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer in the race for the District 39 Assembly seat on Monday. // Photo courtesy of Catalina Cruz

Stringer Backs Latino Lawyers President in Quest for Assembly

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer visited Diversity Plaza in Jackson Heights Monday to announce his endorsement of Catalina Cruz in the race for the District 39 Assembly seat.

Cruz, the president of the Latino Lawyers Association of Queens County, came to Queens as an undocumented immigrant from Colombia at age 9. She eventually became a U.S. citizen and graduated from CUNY School of Law. She has represented low-income tenants facing eviction from their rent-stabilized apartments and served in various levels of government.

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LLAQC President Catalina Cruz is running for the Democratic nomination for Assembly District 39. // Photo Courtesy of Catalina Cruz

Latino Lawyers President Fights For Representation 

By David Brand As an attorney for the Goddard Riverside SRO Law Project, many of Catalina Cruz’s first clients came

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