Eric Adams touts working-class upbringing in first general election ad

Eric Adams, in his first campaign ad since winning the Democratic primary for mayor, touts his working-class upbringing by a mother who worked three jobs, vowing to fund education for young children and affordable housing if elected to lead City Hall.

In the 30-second ad titled “Mom,” released a month before the November general election, the Brooklyn borough president featured his mother, Dorothy Adams — a house cleaner and cook who died in March at age 83.

“My mom cleaned houses, worked three jobs, to give us a better life, in a city that too often fails families like ours,” says Adams in the TV

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