Bill de Blasio is an American Democratic politician who has served as the 109th mayor of New York City since 2014. New York City’s public advocate from 2012-2013, Bill is committed to fighting income inequality. He was Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager for her successful senatorial run in 2000. Bill de Blasio’s administration has developed and executed transformative initiatives including Pre-K for All; Paid Sick Leave; neighborhood policing; IDNYC; and Housing New York, the largest, most ambitious affordable housing plan in the nation. With over three decades of activism and public service, Bill has fought to improve public education, expand affordable housing, protect tenants’ rights, and reform social services for families and children.