ENDORSED BY CSEA Local 1000
“At a time when the working people across the state of New York are under attack, it is more important than ever to have elected officials who will fight for good jobs, good benefits, and strong communities. Chad McEvoy will stand side by side with the working men and women of New York, we are proud to endorse him.”
Danny Donohue, CSEA Statewide President
Endorsed by Tom DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller
“I am proud to endorse Chad McEvoy for New York State Assembly in the 101st District. Chad brings a lifetime of experience helping to improve lives through economic development and will be a strong, independent voice for the needs of rural and small town voters. I hope you will join me in supporting Chad in November.”
Tom DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller
Endorsed by Latino Democrats of Orange County
“The Latino Democratic Committee of Orange County is proud to endorse Chad McEvoy for the New York State Assembly to represent the 101 District.
Chad will be a great leader in the Assembly where he will advocate to modernize and expand voter access; bring resources for public schools; support economic growth while protecting the environment; and access to better healthcare. We look forward to working with Chad when he is elected to the Assembly on November 6.”
Sonia Ayala, Latino Democrats of Orange County
Endorsed by Family Planning Action Fund of South Central of New York
“Chad McEvoy is a strong advocate for reproductive rights and rural health care. We need strong voices now more than ever, at a time when reproductive freedom is at risk and access to health care is threatened.”
Debra Marcus, Chief Executive Officer, Family Planning Action Fund of South Central of New York
Endorsed by Planned Parenthood Empire State Votes PAC
“Chad McEvoy knows that our state depends on all our community members and that means ensuring that women have equal access to reproductive health care. We can’t have a strong community and a strong state without empowered women. Chad McEvoy trusts women to make their personal, private health care decisions without government intrusion. New York needs practical solutions, not political gamesmanship. It’s time to send Chad McEvoy to Albany!”
Robin Chappelle Golston, Chair of Planned Parenthood Empire State Votes PAC
Endorsed by UAW Region 9A (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America)
“Chad McEvoy will be a strong voice for the interests of the 101st district and for labor. As a soon to be union member himself, Chad can speak compellingly about the benefits of collective bargaining and the positive impact that organized labor can have on small towns and rural communities by empowering better jobs and better wages.”
Beverly Brakeman, UAW Region 9A Director
Endorsed by NYSUT (New York State United Teachers)
“The 101st Assembly District needs an advocate for public education, labor, and its constituents. Chad McEvoy is the candidate that will be a constant advocate for the people of the 101st.”
Rich Steger, President of Valley Central Teachers’ Association.
Endorsed by National Institute for Reproductive Health Action Fund
“Chad McEvoy will be the leader the 101st District needs in Albany. He understands how important reproductive rights and abortion access are for New York women and families, unlike his opponent, who consistently voted against the Reproductive Health Act and the Comprehensive Contraception Coverage Act. The NIRH Action Fund PAC is proud to endorse Chad McEvoy for State Assembly.”
Andrea Miller, president of the National Institute for Reproductive Health Action Fund PAC
Endorsed by Sustainable Otsego
Chad McEvoy will work in the New York State Assembly to put into practice the principles of Sustainable Otsego, including Sustainable Living, Economic Independence, and Home Rule.
Adrian Kuzminski, Sustainable Otsego
Endorsed by Equality NY PAC
"In addition to being a strong advocate for LGBTQI New Yorkers, Chad will bring a much-needed progressive voice to the Legislature. As a supporter of policies focused on economic justice, reproductive rights, and quality education for all, we’re certain that Chad will be the champion our community needs in Albany.”
— Patrick Yacco, Equality New York board member.