PALUMBO EARNS CSEA ENDORSEMENT

“While in the Assembly, Anthony always stood up for CSEA members and their families…he will continue to be a voice for working people across Long Island‘” – CSEA Region One President Jerry Laricchiuta

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 24, 2020

Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo today announced a major endorsement for his state Senate campaign. The Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) endorsed Palumbo in his effort to succeed retiring Senator Ken LaValle in the 1st District. This backing is a strong sign of Palumbo’s successful advocacy on behalf of local and state government workers as an Assemblyman and positions him as the best candidate to continue those efforts in the state Senate.

“I’m honored to have the support of CSEA for my campaign for New York State Senate,” Palumbo said. “The men and women who comprise the CSEA are hardworking and dedicated, and I’m proud to use my voice and position to fight for them. As our next state Senator, I look forward to continuing to partner with the CSEA to ensure our local and state government workers have the resources and support they need and deserve.”

“CSEA is proud to endorse Anthony Palumbo for State Senate,” said CSEA Region One President Jerry Laricchiuta. “While in the Assembly, Anthony always stood up for CSEA members and their families. I am confident that he will continue to be a voice for working people across Long Island and New York State through these tough times.”

Assemblyman Palumbo is a former prosecutor and has earned the support of several law enforcement groups including Suffolk County PBA, Suffolk County Court Employees Association, Suffolk County Court Officers Benevolent Association and The PBA of NYS.  He is the voice of leadership that Long Island residents need right now, and will fight to protect working families, labor and government workers during these challenging and uncertain times.

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