32BJ Endorses Westchester County Candidates 


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WHITE PLAINS, NY — July 5, 2017 — 32BJ members in the Hudson Valley today announced their slate of endorsements in upcoming elections across Westchester County.

“32BJ members have chosen to support these candidates for their commitment to issues crucial to the working men and women of the Hudson Valley, including paid sick days, sensible and humane treatment of immigrants, the defense of rights related to collective bargaining and a decent minimum wage,” said 32BJ Vice- President John Santos. “For the candidates’ principled commitment to a brighter future for working people, our members are proud to extend our union’s endorsement and our commitment to work toward their election.”

32BJ proudly endorses the following candidates and will work with them to ensure they keep making the Hudson Valley a good home for working families:

·        Westchester County Executive – George Latimer

·         Westchester County Board of Legislators

o   District 5 – Benjamin Boykin
o   District 7 – Catherine Parker
o   District 8 – Alfreda Williams
o   District 9 – Catherine Borgia
o   District 12 – Mary Jane Shimsky
o   District 13 – Lyndon Williams
o   District 16 – Christopher Johnson
o   District 17 – Virginia Perez

·         Westchester County Clerk – Timothy Idoni

·         Mayor of White Plains – Thomas Roach

·                       Yonkers City Council

o    District 2 – Corazon Pineda Isaac
o    City Council President – Mike Khader

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With more than 145,000 members in 11 states and Washington DC, including over 4,000 in the Hudson Valley, 32BJ is the largest building service workers union in the country.

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