UFCW 1500, the largest grocery workers union in New York State, has endorsed Noam Bramson for County Executive. The unions members will distribute fliers, which are attached, at unionized supermarkets across Westchester leading up to election day.
“Westchester County needs dedicated individuals committed to open and transparent governing if it is going to ask for the public’s trust. Noam Bramson is just that type of individual the residents of Westchester County are seeking to bring integrity and honesty to the County Executive’s Office” said Bruce W. Both. President of UFCW Local 1500.
“The members of Local 1500 know and trust that Noam Bramson will show a commitment to advocating for economic and social justice,” Both continued. “Whether it is supporting the organizing efforts of low-wage workers, bringing more supermarkets to underserved communities or simply advocating County policies that prioritize the working class, our members are confident Noam Bramson will stand side by side with them. UFCW Local 1500 is dedicated to seeing him elected,” Both concluded.
“I’m honored to stand with the men and women of UFCW Local 1500 as they fight for a stronger middle class,” said Mayor Bramson. “Men and women who work hard and play by the rules should have a real chance to succeed, and UFCW Local 1500 fights to ensure exactly that.”