Pheffer Receives Support For Re-Election Campaign
Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer has announced that her campaign for reelection to the New York State Assembly has continued to receive many endorsements. She has received the nomination of the Democratic Party and will be the endorsed candidate for the Working Families Party and Independence Party lines.
A spokesperson for Pheffer called her a longtime champion for the many working men and women in the 23rd Assembly District. Job creation and improving the local economy are among Pheffer’s top legislative priorities. The spokesperson continues, “That is why many organizations and unions have endorsed Pheffer’s re-election including: the Freelancers Union; AFSCME; AFL-CIO; Council of Supervisors; National Association of Social Workers; NYS Public Employee Federation; DC37; NYS Nurses Association; United Federation of Teachers; Bridge and Tunnel Officers Benevolent Association; NYSUT; Uniform Fire Officers Association; Detectives Endowment Association; Iron Workers Local 361;Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association; Association of Commuter Rail Employees; Mason Tenders District Council; Supreme Court Officers Association; Sanitation Officers Association; Plumbers and Gasfitters Local 1; and the Uniformed Firefighters Association.”
“The B.T.O.B.A. greatly respects your proven ability to represent the people of our great state,” stated Edward Kalanz, V.P., Bridge and Tunnel Officers Association.
“Your dedication and tireless efforts to protect our children by promoting safer streets and schools is the standard we should expect from all our elected officials,” of Commuter Rail Employees.
“Your dedication to the needs of the 23rd AD is unparalleled,” stated Harry Nespoli, president, Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association.
“You understand the needs of working men and women and their families and support the programs and services that address these needs,” said Kenneth Brynien, president, Public Employees Federation.
“The firefighters of this city are confident that you will continue to be an asset to the residents in your District,” said the Uniformed Firefighters Association.
Pheffer has been a resident of the 23rd Assembly District for over 50 years and continues to work on behalf of all the constituents she represents, her spokesperson said.