In video, Brooklyn Chamber rep claims DNC would be "huge benefit to minority, women-owned, and small mom-and-pop operations"
And though those settings scream corporate influence, her message is that the DNC is for the little guys. (Unmentioned, she's Director of Government Affairs & Community Relations.)
"I'm Veronica Harris, die-hard New Yorker," she begins. "I'm so proud of the network here in Brooklyn. Even though we have 2000 members, the majority of those, probably over 80%, are mom-and-pop businesses and businesses owned by minorities and women here in Brooklyn."
"Having the convention here in Brooklyn would be a huge benefit to minority, women-owned, and small mom-and-pop operations here in Brooklyn," she asserts. "Let's make it happen. New York City is ready because we're always ready."