Help Elect Ama
Ama’s Vision for Brooklyn:
Justice for All
I’ve dedicated my career to the idea that everyone – no matter their background or zip code – should receive equal treatment under the law. That’s why I spent 21 years working on behalf of Brooklyn’s families and most vulnerable individuals as a senior prosecutor in the District Attorney’s office, delivering justice again and again.
Now I am running for Brooklyn District Attorney to be an advocate for all those who suffer injustice in Brooklyn—and I have the experience, skill and passion to do it.
If you agree that we need a DA who can make Brooklyn safer and fairer at the same time, and who will put people first, then please join me as I run to become Brooklyn’s next District Attorney.
Brooklyn Borough President
“I’m with Ama because Brooklyn needs a tough prosecutor who will protect Brooklynites while advocating for victims and those mistreated by the criminal justice system.”
Civil Rights Leader
“Ama is the only candidate in the race for Brooklyn District Attorney who truly understands the challenges facing our communities and who has the passion, experience and heart to deliver justice for all in Brooklyn.”
“I believe Ms. Dwimoh is the only one out of all the candidates who will ensure there is not a reemergence of Charles Hynes’ administration, where wrongful convictions through false evidence are defended and people languish in prison for decades for crimes they didn’t commit.”
Ama in the News
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 22, 2017 Contact: Evan Thies (917) 715-9265 and firstname.lastname@example.org Dwimoh’s “Integrity Agenda” reforms will prevent wrongful convictions, address misconduct by criminal justice professionals Dwimoh p...
Brooklyn district attorney hopeful Ama Dwimoh voiced her support Friday for the oft-rejected state legislation to protect child sex abuse victims. Dwimoh, the former head of the DA’s Crimes Against Children Bureau, stood with survivors...
A former prosecutor running for Brooklyn district attorney received strong endorsements from a NAACP leader and a member of the community of wrongfully convicted people, the Daily News has learned. Ama Dwimoh, 53, a veteran Brooklyn pros...