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Eric Adams says he wants Long Island Rep. Tom Suozzi as deputy mayor

Mayor-elect Eric Adams revealed Saturday that he’s making an attempt to persuade a Long Island congressman and longtime political ally to hitch his administration as a deputy mayor.

During an unrelated Queens press convention, Adams launched Rep. Tom Suozzi and informed reporters he not too long ago reached out to the guy Democrat “somehow trying to convince him to be a deputy mayor in my administration.”

Suozzi, the previous Nassau County govt and mayor of Glen Cove, endorsed Adams and campaigned closely for him in the course of the Democratic main for mayor.

He informed The Post he plans to significantly take into account the supply over the Thanksgiving vacation weekend.

“I am very flattered that the mayor-elect would like me to help him in a big way to tackle the challenges in New York City,” Suozzi stated. “It’s a testament to our great friendship and his confidence that I know how to help run a big government, get things done and solve problems. Lots to think about over Thanksgiving.”

Mayor-elect Eric Adams.
Eric Adams will likely be sworn into workplace Jan. 1.
Tom Suozzi
Rep. Tom Suozzi is the previous Nassau County govt and mayor of Glen Cove.

As a congressman, Suozzi earns $174,000. Deputy mayors make way more, together with First Deputy Dean Fuleihan, who earns $291,139.

Suozzi, a member of the House’s highly effective tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, can also be educated as a lawyer and licensed public accountant.

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