She remains a Westchester County Legislator representing district 7.
“The Rye lawmaker said Friday she would end her bid to replace longtime Rep. Nita Lowey in Congress, less than a month before an eight-way Democratic Party primary.
Parker’s decision ends a six-month campaign that was largely overshadowed by the coronavirus outbreak and economic shutdown. She told The Journal News/lohud that the run for congress took a backseat to helping county residents with safety, hunger and unemployment concerns…
She said she hasn’t decided whether she’ll endorse another candidate in the race.
More than $2 million had already been spent in the race through the end of March, according to Federal Election Commission filings. Parker had raised $128,559 and had only $6,119 on hand at the end of the period which placed her last among Democrats in the race, according to filings.”
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