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2006 News Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 28, 2006

Contact:
Donna Silberberg
Molly Charboneau
Rudy Orozco
212-815-1535

DC 37, city's largest public employee union, endorses incumbent congressional and state legislative candidates in democratic primary

Delegates of District Council 37, the city's largest public employee union with 121,000 members and 50,000 retirees, on June 27 voted unanimously to endorse the following list of incumbent candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives in the Democratic primary election in September:

Queens: Ackerman, Gary 5th C.D.
  Crowley, Joseph 7th C.D.
  Weiner, Anthony 9th C.D.
     
Brooklyn:
Nadler, Jerrold 8th C.D.
  Velasquez, Nydia 12th C.D.
     
Manhattan: Maloney, Carolyn 14th C.D.
  Rangel, Charles 15th C.D.
  Engel, Eliot 17th C.D.


DC 37 Delegates also voted unanimously to endorse the attached list of incumbent candidates for the New York State Legislature in the September Democratic primary election.

The vote by the DC 37 delegates came following the recommendations of the DC 37 Screening Committee and DC 37 Executive Board.

"We endorsed this very qualified list of candidates because they have a proven record of support for the issues that are important to this union," said DC 37 Executive Director Lillian Roberts. "We believe these candidates will best represent the interests of the labor community of our city and our state. With our endorsement comes a pledge to work diligently on their behalf with our powerful, sophisticated field operations to get out the vote. We have a proven record of successfully supporting our endorsed candidates."



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