About Eric Ulrich
Councilman Eric Ulrich is a New York City Councilman elected in a special election in 2009.He is a Republican in the 32nd district, a swing district, in southwest Queens. Ulrich was re-elected in November 2009. Prior to his election, Ulrich worked for the Transportation Security Administration and the Kansas City Board of Elections for the borough of Lee’s Summit. He taught religion at Xaverian High School (Bay Ridge, Brooklyn). Ulrich broke with the New York State Republican Party platform on several issues, and says he is proud of his independence from party positions. He voted in favor of a minimum wage raise and voted twice to boost rent stabilization, making him the only Republican to do so. He serves as Chair of the New York City Council’s Veterans Committee. Since assuming this role in early 2014, Ulrich has held hearings on a range of topics examining local veterans’ issues and how New York City government can combat these challenges. Ulrich is often mention as a Mayoral candidate in 2017. He may indicate his intentions on this morning’s CatsRoundtable.
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