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Assemblywoman Joan L. Millman

U. S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Congresswomen Nydia Velázquez and Yvette Clarke

NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams

New York State Senator Velmanette Montgomery

New York State Assembly Members Jim Brennan, Deborah Glick, Walter Mosley, Annette Robinson, and Matthew Titone

New York City Council Members Carlos Menchaca, Antonio Reynoso, Rosie Mendez and Helen Rosenthal


Brooklyn-Queens NOW PAC

Brooklyn Young Democrats

Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats

Council of School Supervisors & Administrators, Local 1 American Federation of School Administrators, AFL-CIO

District Council 37 AFSCME, AFL-CIO

Eleanor's Legacy

Empire State Pride Agenda

The Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club

Lambda Independent Democrats

Local 891 of the International Union of Operating Engineers

New York State United Teachers

Planned Parenthood Advocates of New York PAC

Planned Parenthood New York City Votes

Stonewall Democratic Club of NYC 

Uniformed Fire Officers Association  

United Federation of Teachers

Women's Campaign Fund

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Women's Campaign Fund is proud to endorse Jo Anne Simon in her race for New York's 52nd Assembly District," said Clare Bresnahan, Political & Programs Director for WCF. "With her extensive political experience as District Leader and State Committeewoman, her legal expertise, and her record as an effective community advocate, Jo Anne is the most qualified candidate to represent the 52nd district in Albany."

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New York State United Teachers has released its full slate of 2014 endorsements

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Dozens of candidates from both sides of the aisle who have demonstrated a commitment to LGBT equality endorsed(New York, NY)  

The Empire State Pride Agenda, New York's statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, today announced its second round of endorsements for the 2014 election season, which includes dozens of candidates from both sides of the aisle who have demonstrated a commitment to LGBT equality.

"We're proud to endorse another round of candidates for state office with a proven commitment to LGBT equality and justice," said Empire State Pride Agenda Executive Director Nathan M. Schaefer. "We hope to welcome these worthy candidates into office in 2015 and plan to work closely with all legislators and community members to finally pass the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA), protect LGBT youth from conversion efforts, secure resources for homeless youth and health and human services, and ensure legal protections for our families." 

The Pride Agenda's second round of endorsements includes: ...

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Assemblywoman Joan Millman's message to voters in the 52nd Assembly District ...

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Posted on June 27, 2014 by Mole333

The latest endorsements from Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats, the reform/progressive Democratic Club my wife is on the board of, for the September 9th Democratic Primary were decided tonight.

The two hotly contested endorsements were for the 51st and 52nd Assembly races. ...

Last night, statewide and local candidates came to seek the support of the Lambda Independent Democrats of Brooklyn. After much deliberation, we can announce the following endorsements:

(for the full article see http://us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=857667d01ce9dfd9de79a7a78&id=57b689c0bf&e=890f824d7d )

(For all 2014 endorsements by Lambda Independent Democrats of Brooklyn see http://www.lidbrooklyn.org/endorsed_candidates_2014)


Contact: Stefan Ringel, bydcontact@gmail.com

BROOKLYN, NY: Last night, the Brooklyn Young Democrats considered candidates in 15 political contests for endorsement, including a number of open seats. After listening to candidates and their representatives speak, BYD members voted to issue the following endorsements: 

(For the full article see http://bit.ly/1id3hsg)