Nantasha Williams Receives Over 10 Endorsements, Backed by Numerous Unions
"Williams's vision and ideas for District 27 are impactful," said 1199SEIU Political Director Gabby Seay. "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."
"CSA is proud to endorse Nantasha Williams for New York City Council," says CSA President Mark Cannizzaro. "Nantasha has a proven track record as a champion for her Southeast Queens community, particularly its most vulnerable families, and she is well equipped to lead District 27 through its Covid-19 recovery. We are confident she will empower school leaders to do what's needed for their students and ensure that the city council focuses on securing the necessary resources to provide the high-quality education our children deserve.
"I'm honored to have the support of these remarkable public servants who work every day to support our healthcare workers, educate our kids, keep our community safe and plan for smart growth," said District 27 Candidate Nantasha Williams. "It is wonderful to have the backing of the people who make New York City such a great community."
Nantasha Williams is an effective community advocate and public school supporter," said United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew. "We need voices like hers on the City Council to help our city rebuild after the pandemic."
The latest round of endorsements adds more momentum to Williams' surging campaign.
"Our campaign is all about people power and our community," District 27 Candidate Nantasha said. "I am proud to have the endorsements of nationally recognized activists, elected and active Democrats in our state, including Assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman and DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake. The district is vast and we are making significant strides in every corner of District 27"
Williams has also earned endorsements from leaders and organizations including United for Progress Democratic Club President Lemelle Sherod, Run for Something, 21 in 21, Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club Women of Color for Progress. For more information about the Nantasha Williams campaign and upcoming townhall events visit www.nantasha2021.com.