BUFFALO, NY (October 13) – Chris Jacobs, candidate for New York State Senate in the 60th District, today expressed his appreciation for the support of WNY’s workers, having received the endorsements of a number of the region’s labor organizations.
“I cannot express how honored I am to have the support of Western New York’s working men and women,” said Jacobs. “As Erie County Clerk, and now as a candidate for state senate, I am always sensitive to the reality that we must do what we can to ensure workers are taken care of, protected and heard. I am honored that so many labor organizations in the district have asked me to be their voice in Albany, and I look forward to getting to work.”
Through October 13, Jacobs has received the endorsement of the following labor organizations:
• New York State AFL-CIO
• American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
• AFSCME District Council 35 (Local 264, 650 and 2651)
• Civil Service Employee Association (CSEA)
• New York State Public Employees Federation (PEF)
• New York State Building and Construction Trades Council
• WNY Building and Construction Trades Council
• Police Benevolent Association of New York State Troopers
• Police Benevolent Association of New York State
• Police Conference of New York
• Erie County Sheriffs’ Association
• Buffalo Professional Firefighters Association, Local 282
• Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters
• Ironworkers Local No. 6
For more information on Chris Jacobs, and his campaign for New York State’s 60th Senate District, visit www.chrisjacobsforsenate.com. The 60th Senate District includes Grand Island, the City of Tonawanda, Town of Tonawanda, portions of the City of Buffalo and City of Lackawanna, Hamburg, Orchard Park, Evans and Brant.