Comptroller Scott Stringer has announced his name as a candidate to run in the 2021 New York City mayoral election.
The state government of New York City is facing a financial crisis due to the impact of Covid-19. Using his experience as a chief financial officer of the city government, Scott Stringer has announced plans to revive the city’s finances. He also promised to bring the city back to normal after being elected mayor.
Announcing last week that he would run in the next mayoral election, Stringer said, ‘The city will face a deficit of $42.2 billion ahead of the 2022 fiscal year budget. We are in a situation where New York City in a financial crisis. Which we have not seen in any generation before. That’s why the City Hall needs new leadership with financial experience and government experience. Not only our economic transformation, but we also have to build a safe city. ‘
Addressing physicians, nurses, food, and various suppliers, Stringer said the city has had to work at the risk of their lives. At the moment they are ideal soldiers. I want other people to be such ideal soldiers.
Scott Stringer added that the mayor needs to pay more attention to the efficiency of the city’s agencies. Agencies are being mismanaged. These have increased in many ways. Even among the agencies of the city one has to think of eliminating the root cause of waste. In addition, the city government has lost control and quality of how to run the city every day.