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De Blasio took his first job in 1984 with the NYC Department of Juvenile Justice.
Three years later, having recently earned a master's degree at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, he was hired to work as a political organizer by the Quixote Center (QC), a Maryland-based, Catholic social-justice organization with Marxist leanings.
Patrick Gaspard, a former New Party staffer and Obama administration official with significant ties to ACORN, is a close friend of de Blasio and played a key role in shaping the latter's mayoral campaign.
In August 2013, de Blasio received the endorsement of the billionaire financier George Soros, who contributed the legal limit of ,950 to the campaign.
During that period, said HUD inspector general Susan Gaffney, de Blasio's region lost approximately million to scams perpetrated by public-housing officials, mortgage companies, and nonprofit groups that received grants from HUD.
, meanwhile, reported that in 1998-99, several people had defrauded HUD of million in federally insured loans on more than 250 New York properties. NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL MEMBER From 2001-09 de Blasio served on the New York City Council, representing District 39 in Brooklyn.
He continues to speak admiringly of the Sandinistas to this day, lauding the “humble” and “really inspirational” blend of “youthful energy and idealism” that they brought to the task of “trying to figure out what would [make their society] work better.” “I’m very proud to have been deeply involved in a movement that rightfully thought U. policy toward Central America was wrong-headed and counter-productive and not in line with our values,” de Blasio said in September 2013.
very deeply influenced by liberation theology, which I learned a lot about in the years I worked on Latin America,” said de Blasio.
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on May 8, 1961 in New York City and grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts.