Frontus vows to bring government closer to citizens
Dr. Mathylde Frontus said she’s not afraid of competition, even if it means grooming her eventual replacement.
Frontus, an educator and Coney Island civic activist running in the Democratic primary in the 46thh Assembly District (A.D.) on Sept. 13 for the right to run as the party’s nominee in the general election in November, said she is on a mission to bring government closer to the people.
As a way to encourage citizen engagement, she plans to sponsor workshops for people interested in running for public office, even if they want to run for her Assembly seat someday.
“I’m cut from a different cloth,” Frontus told this newspaper.