"Helen Sears is so out of touch that she still has a Happy Hanukkah sign in her window on March 28th. The Jackson Heights Times wrote in Thursday's edition that she couldn't make up her mind about what office she was running for. Seems like she is so confused, she can't figure out what time it is." - anonymous
From Jackson Heights Times:
The race in District 25, which includes Corona, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights and Woodside, was in limbo, although Democratic District Leader Daniel Dromm has raised $79,072. It was unclear if Dromm would even face incumbent Councilwoman Helen Sears (D−Jackson Heights), who is remaining coy over what seat she will seek in the upcoming election. Sears had raised $110,623 by March 15.
Third in the race is Con Edison spokesman Alfonso Quiroz, Sears’ former deputy chief of staff, who had raised $62,558 by March 15. Trailing Quiroz was Jackson Heights lawyer Stanley Kalathara, who had raised $29,632 by March 15.