"You campaign in poetry and govern in prose." - Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo
While the excitement of the political world can be as fascinating as sports to many, it is policy that impacts people’s lives.
This column seeks to analyze the exciting political campaigns of the day and provide thoughtful commentary on critical policy matters.
Jimmy Dahroug was the 2004 and 2006 nominee for the New York State Senate on Long Island. His campaign was one of the few selected from a national field for support in 2004 as Democracy for America’s “Dean Dozen ...Read More
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Jimmy Dahroug was the 2004 and 2006 nominee for the New York State Senate on Long Island. His campaign was one of the few selected from a national field for support in 2004 as Democracy for America’s “Dean Dozen.” In 2006, Jimmy came closer than any Democrat in a century to representing Long Island's Suffolk County in the New York State Senate.
As a guest lecturer at college campuses Jimmy enjoys talking to young people about the virtues and realities of public service and politics. He has also served as a youth mentor and advocate for local mentoring programs.
He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Columbia University and holds a Master's degree in Education Policy from Harvard University.