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Midwood's Dweck Announces Run For State Assembly

Adam Dweck, a third generation Brooklynite, is looking to represent the Assembly's 41st District, which covers parts of Sheepshead Bay, Midwood, Flatlands and East Flatbush.
Midwood resident Adam Dweck is running for a seat in New York State Assembly's 41st District.

Adam Dweck, a lifelong Midwood resident, recently announced his candidacy for a seat in New York State Assembly’s 41st District.

Representing Brooklyn, the district covers parts of Sheepshead Bay, Midwood, Flatlands and East Flatbush.

Coming into his candidacy with over a decade of experience in government and politics, Dweck said that his areas of focus include government accountability and fixing the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, along with applying common sense solutions to the migrant crisis, bail reform and congestion pricing.

“I believe it is time for a change in the 41st Assembly District. We deserve better representation and accountability, and I intend on doing just that,” said Dweck. “That is why I've decided to run for the Assembly — to challenge the status quo of corruption and mismanagement in Albany.”

Dweck originally discovered his passion for civics as a student at Edward R. Murrow High School in Brooklyn.

That interest continued on through college, where he graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science.

Dweck's political resume includes a stint as a congressional campaign field organizer, political fundraiser, and as a billing manager — where he currently works.