Queens County Politics covers the government and elected officials that serve the 2.3 million residents of Queens. This includes the office of the borough president and district attorney, seven congressional districts, 18 assembly districts, 15 city council districts, and seven state senators. We cover government as it pertains to Queens – be it education, development, business, social services or the arts. Content is curated, aggregated and original. Posts go up daily as written, Monday through Friday and distributed through social media, a growing subscription base and an interactive website. In short, we’re Queens’ best source for politics and government news.
Editor/Publisher – Stephen Witt
Stephen Witt has covered every neighborhood in the borough, first as a staff reporter for ten years with Courier-Life/News Corp, and as the news editor/reporter for five years covering Central Brooklyn for Our Time Press. He has also written about the borough for City & State, The Village Voice and City Limits among other media outlets. He is the recipient of the 2005 New York Press Association’s “News Story of the Year” for a piece written about group homes in Gravesend.
Senior Editor – Kelly Mena
Kelly is a graduate from the University of Florida with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Since moving to New York in the past couple of years she has worked as a freelance reporter and is based in Brooklyn.
Reporter – Naeisha Rose
Naeisha Rose is a multimedia journalist and graduate of the Arts & Culture and Broadcast programs at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She has worked as a General Assignment Reporter/Photojournalist for TimesLedger Newspapers, a Book Reviewer for Publishers Weekly and a Freelance Writer for LatinTrends Magazine.