1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East Endorses Nantasha Williams

By: Nantasha2021
Nantasha Williams, District 27 New York City
Nantasha Williams, District 27 New York City
QUEENS, N.Y. - March 24, 2021 - PRLog -- Today 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East endorsed Nantasha Williams for District 27 New York City Council. 1199SEIU is the largest union in New York and the largest healthcare worker union in the nation. 1199SEIU represents over 200,000 nurses and healthcare workers in New York City, more than 300,000 members in New York State, and over 400,000 total members along the East Coast.

The endorsement comes as Williams has maintained momentum three months out from the primary election, earning the support of 32BJ, DC37, and key community leaders including local elected official Assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman, DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake, and numerous activists and community leaders.

"I'm so proud to have the endorsement of 1199SEIU," said Williams. "Our healthcare workers are our frontline workers and heroes in this pandemic. We must continue to support, listen and uplift them during these difficult times. 1199SEIU does essential work empowering healthcare workers that truly make New York a stronger city. As District 27 councilmember, I look forward to partnering with 1199SEIU and healthcare workers across our city to fight for safe work conditions, resources, and health protocols for our community and our most vulnerable senior living facilities."

"Williams's vision and ideas for District 27 are impactful. She is deeply involved in the Queens community and we need a councilmember of her experience and tenacity to fight for our healthcare workers and frontline heroes. We know she will be a great representative for District 27," said Gabby Seay, 1199SEIU Political Director.

About Nantasha Williams:

Nantasha Williams is a candidate for New York City Council 27th District. She announced her candidacy on December 3, 2020. In 2014, she served as the Executive Director of the New York State Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Legislative Caucus ("the Caucus"). In that capacity, she fought for millions of citizens to ensure that the policies being drafted by the New York Legislature were inclusive and aimed at improving the well-being and future advancement of people of color in low-income communities across the state. She previously served as National Organizer for Women's March on Washington, leading efforts for protesters demanding representation and implementation of legislative policies for women's rights and racial justice. Williams lives in Cambria Heights, NY. For more information, visit: www.nantasha2021.com

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