Here are all of our endorsements for Primary Day, September 9th. Remember to vote.
In Brooklyn's 42nd Assembly District, we are enthusiastically supporting Rodneyse Bichotte, shown here with TWU Local 100 Secretary-Treasurer Earl Phillips and Recording Secretary LaTonya Crisp-Sauray. Rodneyse is a District Leader, the proud daughter of Haitian immigrants, and a 20-year Brooklyn activist who will put the needs of mass transit at the top of her to-do list once she makes it to the Assembly.
But she won't get there without the help of TWU Local 100 members who live in the 42nd Assembly District (click here for the map). Current incumbent Rhoda Jacobs is not running again, but Rodneyse has lots of competition. Let's make this her year to win a seat in the Assembly. We are also hosting phone banking for Rodneyse at the TWU Local 100 Union Hall at 195 Montague Street from now until the election. We'll be phoning every day from 12 noon to 8PM. To advise our Political Action Committee of your hours, please contact Michele Gilliam at 347-429-4481 or email@example.com. We hope to see you at the Hall to help elect Rodneyse Bichotte.
On September 9th, we are also supporting scores of candidates who have shown their support for TWU Local 100 and mass transit. Check out all of our endorsements here. We're also calling in the troops to work for Latrice Walker, who is running for the seat of disgraced Assemblyman William Boyland. Like Latrice on her facebook page and make sure to cast your vote for her if you live in the 55th Assembly District.