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Mayor Noam Bramson and Democratic New Rochelle Councilmembers Endorse Senator Stewart-Cousins for Re-election

(New Rochelle) – Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins has been endorsed by Mayor Noam Bramson and the Democratic members of the New Rochelle City Council for re-election to the 35th State Senate District. The district includes about half of the City of New Rochelle, as well as part of White Plains, part of Yonkers, all of Greenburgh and all of Scarsdale.

Senator Stewart-Cousins is running in the primary election on Thursday September 13. She is currently the Democratic Leader of the New York State Senate.

“Andrea Stewart-Cousins has been an invaluable advocate for our community and a true champion of New York’s progressive values. It has been a privilege to work at Andrea’s side, and, like so many of her colleagues and constituents, I am inspired by her example of dynamic leadership,” said New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson.

“Senator Stewart-Cousins is a natural leader with a proven record of success. She’s exactly who we need at this moment and I’m happy to support her bid for re-election,” said City Councilmember Jared Rice.

“As a City Council person in New Rochelle I am pleased to support Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins. She has always been responsive to the needs of our city. Her integrity, constituent care, and fierce intelligence make her a role model for all public officials,” said City Councilmember Ivar Hyden.

“Andrea Stewart Cousins has been a phenomenal state senator who has delivered time and again for the City of New Rochelle. She deserves our full support in the Democratic primary on Thursday September 13,” said City Councilmember Barry Fertel.

“Senator Stewart-Cousins has been an extraordinary State Senator for New Rochelle. Not only is she responsive to the needs of her constituents, but she has also been instrumental in advancing our city government’s priorities in Albany. She is a fierce and effective advocate for New Rochelle and I am proud to endorse her for reelection in the primary on Thursday September 13th.”

“I sincerely thank Mayor Noam Bramson and the Democratic members of the New Rochelle City Council for their endorsements. I am proud of my record of results for the City of New Rochelle, whether it’s delivering much-needed increases in state funding for the public school district, securing state dollars for economic development projects downtown or passing legislation requested by the city to improve governance and public safety. I look forward to continue serving my constituents in New Rochelle as their State Senator and to working with my colleagues in city government in the next legislative session,” said Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins.