Further, the local leaders specifically serve the local residents. I am currently eligible to vote for the elective officers of my 13th District. My district is strategically located in N.Y. City. Likewise, I am currently a full pledged registered voter of my very populous New York City 13th district. My district is classified as the congressional district. Consequently, the residents vote for the person who is the best qualified to represent us in the United States House of Representatives. As far as the political party is concerned, I have registered under the political party that espouses my political and social aspirations, the Democratic political party. Our current United States President is Democrat B. Obama.
In terms of union membership, I am presently not a member of any union. Since I am not a member of any union, it logically follows that I am not an active member of any union group. In terms of the voting experience, I did not vote in any of the prior elections in my 13th district. However, I am very excited to vote for the first time in the next elections.
Further, my city’s 13th district has a unique postal address My city’s postal zip code is 10040. My district includes the Upper portion of Manhattan. My district includes the west part of the Bronx community. Several political figures represent my 13th district (N. Y. City) in the Senate and the House of Representatives.
New York City is now Ebola free. Ebola is a deadly incurable ailment. The last Ebola patient, Dr. C. Spencer survived the Ebola infection. The story showed that the Ebola virus can be cured. In N.Y. City’s Bellevue Hospital, Dr. Spencer was literally cured from his Guinea trip’s infection. Dr. Spencer arrived in New Guinea to help alleviate the sufferings of the Ebola virus patients. The news article delved on the hot issue that the untreatable ebola virus may wipe out the N.Y.