The country’s largest property services union has endorsed the candidacy of Bayonne Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski for Mayor, along with her five Council running mates in the May 10 election. The endorsement was made in a press release on Monday afternoon.
32BJ SEIU ANNOUNCES ENDORSEMENTS FOR CITY OF BAYONNE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
NEWARK, N.J. — 32BJ SEIU, the largest property services union in the country, with 13,000 members in New Jersey, announced today its municipal endorsement for the upcoming 2022 City of Bayonne elections. These endorsements came after virtual screening sessions, where members had the opportunity to address concerns regarding city policies and their effect on their livelihood and well-being.
The union decided to endorse Sharon Ashe Nadrowski for mayor, Jodi Casais and KT “Kim” Torello for Council At-Large, Julie Sanchez Lynch for Council Ward 1, George J. Vinc for Council Ward 2, and Maria Valado for Council Ward 3.
32BJ SEIU Vice President and New Jersey State Director Kevin Brown made the announcement today on behalf of the union’s members. “Bayonne is currently experiencing important changes. Good municipal leaders are paramount to the growth of a community. Their decisions have a direct impact on the lives of working families in the city. Our members have decided to endorse Sharon Ashe Nadrowski team because they have a proven track record for working towards bettering the institutions they serve. We are looking forward to working together through the recovery and build a Bayonne for all.”
“32BJ works each and every day to fight for the working individuals and their communities. Their endorsement means the world to me, and I am honored to have their support and voice in our campaign,” said mayoral candidate Sharon Ashe Nadrowski.
With the union’s endorsement comes a commitment of significant resources to help a candidate win, including member volunteers and financial support.
With 175,000 members in 11 states, including more than 13,000 in New Jersey–32BJ SEIU is the largest property services union in the country.