Sayegh Receives New York State Nursing Association (NYSNA) Endorsement

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Nader Sayegh candidate for New York State Assembly District 90, endorsed by the Women’s Equality Party

YONKERS, NY — October 12, 2018 — Nader Sayegh, Democratic nominee for the 90th Assembly District, announced today that he has earned the support of the New York State Nurses Association.

“The New York State Nurses Association is proud to endorse Nader Sayegh for the Assembly district being vacated by Shelley Mayer,” said Tara Martin, NYSNA state political Director. “Nader has served the public for over four decades working in the Yonkers School District battling to improve education for all of the city’s students. He is a fighter for families and believes that healthcare is a right, not a privilege. There is no one better to serve the residents of 90th Assembly district than Nader Sayegh.”

The New York State Nurses Association is a union of 42,000 frontline nurses standing together for strength at work, safe staffing, and healthcare for all. They are New York’s largest union and professional association for registered nurses and the campaign is truly proud to have their endorsement.

“I am honored to receive the support of NYSNA,” said Mr. Sayegh. “Nurses are on the frontlines with sick patients day in and day out. Their union makes sure that they are paid properly and that they have fair and safe working conditions. Unions protect New York State’s most prized resource, our working force.In addition, their worries about the future of healthcare are also my worries. I am grateful for their endorsement and I look forward to working together as we approach Election Day and beyond.”


SOURCE:  Campaign Publicist Peter Brown.


eHeziSayegh Receives New York State Nursing Association (NYSNA) Endorsement

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  1. Give me a break, Hezi. Tara Martin got that job through Chrissy Johnson and his politically-arranged marriage, wife, Tai to keep the nursing union under his control. Chrissy is trying to endear himself with the establishment since he knows Nader is going to be his next Assemblyman. Chrissy realizes he is losing ground with his godmother Andrea since he backstabbed BOL Chairman Ben Boykin, promising to vote for him for chair, then voting against him to grandstand, so he tries to infiltrate every union.

    1. Didn’t Boykin backstab all of the Democrats on the board when he went to the Republicans and cut a deal to be chair and screwed one of his colleagues out of the running?

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