Kendall Stewart’s Very Own Newspaper

Also at last night’s debate in Brooklyn, Kendall Stewart was handing out campaign literature, a 16-page broadsheet designed to look

Also at last night’s debate in Brooklyn, Kendall Stewart was handing out campaign literature, a 16-page broadsheet designed to look like a newspaper, complete with a masthead.

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The front-page has a letter from Stewart, in which he uses the word “change” a lot, and a huge picture of Barack Obama next to a photo of Stewart.

Inside, there are photos of Stewart with other elected officials, like Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, Senator Chuck Schumer, Brooklyn Democratic County Leader Vito Lopez, and City Comptroller Bill Thompson, all under the headline “Stewart Supporters.”

There is also an article reprinted from Gotham Gazette; original “articles”; a section called “Immigration Korner”; and glowing praise for Stewart from elected officials like Christine Quinn, Bill de Blasio" class="company-link">Bill de Blasio and Hiram Monserrate.

More pictures here.

Kendall Stewart’s Very Own Newspaper