2018 Elections in New York State

New York, NY—SEIU 32BJ has formally endorsed the following candidates for the 2018 elections in New York State. The following statement can be attributed to Hector Figueroa, President of  32BJ SEIU:

“Right now, more than ever, New York State needs champions of that will fight for workers’ rights. Union members are focused on electing progressive candidates to represent working New Yorkers in Albany. In the face of unprecedented attacks on working families, we are endorsing candidates who will fight for good jobs and help more New Yorkers join and form unions.  Together we will champion legislation to protect immigrant communities, defend voting rights and access, achieve bail reform, and stand up for policies to protect the environment. ”

Thousands of 32BJ SEIU members will get involved in political action this year to remind voters, candidates and elected officials that New York needs unions to build the middle class.

32BJ Endorsements for 2018 Elections in NY State:

Updated 10/23/2018
STATEWIDE OFFICE

  • Governor – Andrew Cuomo
  • Lieutenant Governor – Kathy Hochul
  • NY State Comptroller – Tom DiNapoli
  • NY State Attorney General – Letitia James
  • United States Senate – Kirsten Gillibrand

NY STATE SENATE – LONG ISLAND, NYC, HUDSON VALLEY, & UPSTATE

  • SD3 – Monica Martinez
  • SD4 – Louis D’Amaro
  • SD5 – James Gaughran
  • SD6 – Kevin Thomas
  • SD7 – Anna Kaplan
  • SD8 – John Brooks
  • SD9 – Todd Kaminsky
  • SD10 – James Sanders
  • SD11 – John Liu
  • SD12 – Michael Gianaris
  • SD13 – Jessica Ramos
  • SD14 – Leroy Comrie
  • SD15 – Joseph Addabbo Jr.
  • SD16 – Toby Ann Stavisky
  • SD18 – Julia Salazar
  • SD19 – Roxanne Persaud
  • SD20 – Zellnor Myrie
  • SD21 – Kevin Parker
  • SD22 – Andrew Gounardes
  • SD25 – Velmanette Montgomery
  • SD26 – Brian Kavanagh
  • SD27 – Brad Hoylman
  • SD28 – Liz Krueger
  • SD29 – Jose M. Serrano
  • SD30 – Brian Benjamin
  • SD31 – Robert Jackson
  • SD32 – Luis Sepulveda
  • SD33 – Gustavo Rivera
  • SD34 – Alessandra Biaggi
  • SD35 – Andrea Stewart-Cousins
  • SD36 – Jamaal Bailey
  • SD37 – Shelley Mayer
  • SD38 – David Carlucci
  • SD39 – James Skoufis
  • SD40 – Peter Harckham
  • SD41 – Karen Smythe
  • SD42 – Jen Metzger
  • SD43 – Aaron Gladd
  • SD44 – Neil Breslin
  • SD46 – Pat Strong
  • SD50 – John Mannion
  • SD53 – Rachel May
  • SD63 – Tim Kennedy

NYS ASSEMBLY – LONG ISLAND

  • AD3 – Clyde Parker
  • AD4 – Steve Englebright
  • AD6 – Phil Ramos
  • AD9 – Christine Pellegrino
  • AD10 – Steve Stern
  • AD11 – Kimberly Jean-Pierre
  • AD13 – Charles Lavine
  • AD15 – Allen Foley
  • AD16 – Anthony D’Urso
  • AD18 – Taylor Raynor
  • AD20 – Juan Vides
  • AD21 – Judy Griffin
  • AD22 – Michaelle Solages

Long Island County Wide

  • Suffolk County Comptroller – Jay Schneiderman

NYS ASSEMBLY – NYC

  • AD23 – Stacey Pheffer Amato
  • AD24 – David Weprin
  • AD25 – Nily Rozic
  • AD26 – Edward Braunstein
  • AD27 – Daniel Rosenthal
  • AD28 – Andrew Hevesi
  • AD29 – Alicia Hyndman
  • AD30 – Brian Barnwell
  • AD31 – Michele Titus
  • AD32 – Vivian Cook
  • AD33 – Clyde Vanel
  • AD34 – Michael DenDekker
  • AD35 – Jeffrion Aubry
  • AD36 – Aravella Simotas
  • AD37 – Catherine Nolan
  • AD38 – Michael Miller
  • AD39 – Catalina Cruz
  • AD40 – Ron Kim
  • AD41 – Helene Weinstein
  • AD42 – Rodneyse Bichotte
  • AD44 – Robert Carroll
  • AD45 – Steven Cymbrowitz
  • AD46 – Mathylde Frontus
  • AD47 – William Colton
  • AD49 – Peter Abbate, Jr.
  • AD50 – Joseph Lentol
  • AD51 – Felix Ortiz
  • AD52 – Jo Anne Simon
  • AD53 – Maritza Davila
  • AD54 – Erik M. Dilan
  • AD55 – Latrice Walker
  • AD56 – Tremaine Wright
  • AD57 – Walter T. Mosley
  • AD58 – N. Nick Perry
  • AD59 – Jaime Williams
  • AD60 – Charles Barron
  • AD61 – Charles Fall
  • AD63 – Michael Cusick
  • AD64 – Adam Baumel
  • AD65 – Yuh-line Niou
  • AD66 – Deborah Glick
  • AD67 – Linda Rosenthal
  • AD68 – Robert Rodriguez
  • AD69 – Daniel O’Donnell
  • AD70 – Inez Dickens
  • AD71 – Al Taylor
  • AD72 – Carmen De La Rosa
  • AD73 – Dan Quart
  • AD74 – Harvey Epstein
  • AD75 – Richard Gottfried
  • AD76 – Rebecca Seawright
  • AD77 – Latoya Joyner
  • AD78 – Jose Rivera
  • AD79 – Michael Blake
  • AD80 – Nathalia Fernandez
  • AD81 – Jeffrey Dinowitz
  • AD82 – Michael Benedetto
  • AD83 – Carl Heastie
  • AD84 – Carmen Arroyo
  • AD85 – Marcos Crespo
  • AD86 – Victor Pichardo
  • AD87 – Karines Reyes

NYS ASSEMBLY – HUDSON VALLEY & UPSTATE

  • AD88 – Amy Paulin
  • AD89 – J. Gary Pretlow
  • AD90 – Nader Sayegh
  • AD91 – Steven Otis
  • AD92 – Thomas Abinanti
  • AD93 – David Buchwald
  • AD94 – Vedat Gashi
  • AD95 – Sandy Galef
  • AD96 – Kenneth Zebrowski
  • AD97 – Ellen Jaffee
  • AD99 – Matthew Rettig
  • AD100 – Aileen Gunther
  • AD102 – Aidan O’Connor
  • AD103 – Kevin Cahill
  • AD106 – Didi Barrett
  • AD108 – John McDonald III
  • AD109 – Patricia Fahy
  • AD110 – Phil Steck
  • AD111 – Angelo Santabarbara
  • AD116 – Addie Jenne
  • AD119 – Anthony Brindisi
  • AD123 – Donna Lupardo
  • AD127 – Al Stirpe
  • AD129 – William Magnarelli
  • AD137 – David Gantt
  • AD141 – Crystal Peoples-Stokes
  • AD149 – Sean Ryan

U.S. CONGRESS (NEW YORK)

  • CD 1 – Perry Gershon
  • CD 2 – Liuba Grechen Shirley
  • CD 3 – Thomas Suozzi
  • CD 4 – Kathleen Rice
  • CD 5 – Gregory Meeks
  • CD 6 – Grace Meng
  • CD 7 – Nydia Velazquez
  • CD 8 – Hakeem Jeffries
  • CD 9 – Yvette Clarke
  • CD 10 – Jerrold Nadler
  • CD 11 – Max Rose
  • CD 12 – Carolyn Maloney
  • CD 13 – Adriano Espaillat
  • CD 14 – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • CD 15 – Jose Serrano
  • CD 16 – Eliot Engel
  • CD 17 – Nita Lowey
  • CD 18 – Sean Patrick Maloney
  • CD 19 – Antonio Delgado

With 163,000 members in twelve states and Washington, D.C., including 85,000 in New York State, 32BJ SEIU is the largest property service workers union in the country.