Here are the 2006 WFP endorsements. Congratulations to all the endorsed candidates!
And another round of thanks and congratulations to our members for all the time and effort they put into the endorsement process.
Here's more from Working Families Party state co-chair Bob Master:
"The WFP endorsement is like a seal of approval that says, 'these candidates have pledged to fight for the issues that matter most to low-income, working and middle-class New Yorkers – good jobs, good schools and good government.'The comments are open for your thoughts and questions.
The WFP endorses candidates based on members' evaluations of their record of accomplishment and positions on the issues that matter most to working families.
Over the last two months, 206 candidates completed our issue questionnaire, and more than 350 members conducted 182 in-person interviews to make 138 endorsements.
In elections where members were unable to recommend a single candidate as preferable as an advocate for the WFP's issue agenda, no endorsement was made."
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