If a Governor and a Senator can each spare an afternoon to tell people to get out and vote in this race, I think you have the time to do so, too.
Westchester’s ability to face and recover from the next storm like Sandy will depend on a comprehensive strategy.
The Democrats’ big guns are coming out to help put Noam over the top. Following President Clinton’s endorsement last week, Noam was joined this weekend by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Saturday in White Plains and Senator Chuck Schumer on Sunday in Yonkers.
Comparing Rob Astorino to obstructionist Tea Party Republicans in Washington, D.C., Senator Chuck Schumer in Yonkers today strongly endorsed Noam Bramson for Westchester County Executive.
“I’ve been in politics for 39 years, and I can smell a winner, I can feel a winner, and Noam Bramson is going to win next Tuesday and I’m glad to endorse him,” said Senator Schumer at a rally of supporters and elected officials in Yonkers today.
“I’m proud to endorse Noam Bramson to be my next County Executive,” said Governor Cuomo.
“With Bramson’s leadership, Westchester County can respect the state’s 2 percent property-tax cap, and provide the tools for towns, villages and school districts to share services and cut costs.”
Get fired up and ready to vote! Join us Saturday for a Countdown to Victory Rally with Governor Andrew Cuomo. 1133 Westchester Ave. White Plains Doors open at 12:30 You must RSVP with the form below or to HudsonValleyEvent@gmail.com. [contact-form to=’HudsonValleyEvent@gmail.com’ subject=’RSVP for Saturday Rally’][contact-field label=’Name’ type=’text’ required=’1’/][contact-field label=’Email Address’ type=’text’ required=’1’/][/contact-form]
Here’s another Bramson campaign event you’re not going to want to miss — Join us Saturday afternoon for a Countdown to Victory rally with a VERY SPECIAL GUEST. Doors will open at 12:30 pm — we’ll let you know all the other details tonight, so check your inbox or our website at 8:00 pm. Meanwhile, … Continue reading Special Guest in Westchester on Saturday!
“We can have a leader who shares out values, whether it’s commonsense gun laws or whether it’s all ten points of the Women’s Equality Act. We can have a leader who understands that on a very local level economic development works best when everyone is working around the table.”