纽约州参议员表彰：约翰·J·弗拉纳根（John J. Flanagan）
Photo of WFMAF’s President Ted Gulong meeting with NY State Senator John J. Flanagan. Jr. President Ted Gulong presented Senator Flanagan with a plaque thanking him for the Proclamation of Support for the US Open Martial Arts Championship 2013. This photo was taken at Senator Flanagan’s office.
Senator John J. Flanagan represents the 2nd District of the New York State Senate, which includes the entire Town of Smithtown and portions of both the Towns of Brookhaven and the Huntington, all located in Suffolk County, New York. Senator Flanagan succeeded his father, John J. Flanagan, Sr., who served in the New York State Assembly from 1973 to 1986. In 1986, at age 25, Senator John J. Flanagan, Jr. was elected to the New York State Assembly, serving until 2002, when he was elected to the New York State Senate. On May 11, 2015, Senator Flanagan was elected as Temporary President of the New York State Senate.
Senator Eric Adams is the Borough President of Brooklyn, New York City. Previously, he was a Democratic State Senator in the New York Senate, representing the 20th Senate District, which includes the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Flatbush, Crown Heights, Park Slope, Sunset Park and Prospect Heights. On November 5, 2013, Adams was elected Brooklyn Borough President, the first African-American to hold the office.
[one_half extra=”” anim=””]
（Bill de Blasio）
（Felix W. Ortiz）
[one_half extra=”” anim=””][/one_half]
Bill de Blasio is an American politician who is the 109th and current mayor of New York City. From 2010 to 2013, he was New York City’s public advocate. He formerly was a New York City Council member, representing the 39th district in Brooklyn, which contains Borough Park, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Gowanus, Kensington, Park Slope, and Windsor Terrace. De Blasio, the Democratic Party nominee for mayor of New York City in the 2013 election, defeated Republican Joe Lhota with more than 73 percent of the vote. De Blasio is the first Democratic mayor of the city since David Dinkins, from 1990 to 1993.