• 1199 SEIU

  • Affiliated Police Association of Westchester County


  • Alliance for Retired Americans

  • Building and Construction Trades Council of Westchester and Putnam Counties

  • Citizens for Global Solutions

  • Civil Services Employees Association

  • CSEA Region 3

  • Hudson Valley Area Labor Federation

  • Human Rights Campaign

  • Humane Society Legislative Fund

  • NARAL Pro-Choice America

  • NARAL Pro-Choice New York

  • National Association of Social Workers PAC

  • National Education Association NEA Fund for Children and Public Education

  • National Organization for Women

  • New York League of Conservation Voters

  • New York State AFL-CIO

  • New York State Public Employees Federation


  • Rockland County PBA

  • Rockland For Progress

  • Sierra Club

  • The Journal News Editorial Board

  • Uniformed Firefighters Association of Greater New York

  • United Auto Workers

  • United Federation of Teachers

  • Westchester Coalition for Legal Abortion PAC

  • Westchester County Democrats

  • Westchester/Putnam Central Labor Body

  • White Plains Professional Firefighters 274

  • Working Families Party

Elected Officials

  • Tom Abinanti

    State Assemblyman, Westchester

  • Eric Blaha

    Town Councilman, Ossining

  • Veronica Boesch

    Mayor, Village of Airmont

  • David Buchwald

    State Assemblyman, Westchester

  • Thomas D. Butler Jr.

    Village Trustee, Tarrytown

  • Paco Cancel

    Councilman, Town of Haverstraw

  • Marlene Cheatham

    Village Trustee, Ossining

  • John Codman

    Village Trustee, Ossining

  • Robert Daraio

    Village Trustee, Ossining

  • Suzanne Donnelly

    Town Supervisor, Ossining

  • Toney Earl

    County Legislator, Rockland County

  • Lou Falco

    Sheriff, Rockland County

  • Daniel Friedman

    Councilman, Town of Ramapo

  • Ann Gallelli

    Trustee, Croton-on-Hudson

  • Vincent Gamboli

    Councilman, Town of Haverstraw

  • John Gould

    Councilman, Town of Haverstraw

  • Michael Grant

    County Legislator, Rockland County

  • Bill Hanauer

    Mayor, Ossining

  • Peter Harckham

    Majority Leader, Westchester County

  • Geoffrey Harter

    Town Councilman, Ossining

  • Jay Hood

    County Legislator, Rockland County

  • Robert Hoyt

    Trustee, Tarrytown

  • Kenneth W. Jenkins

    Westchester County Legislator

  • Ken Jones

    Town Councilman, Greenburgh

  • Diana Juettner

    Town Councilwoman, Greenburgh

  • Michael Kaplowitz

    County Legislator, Westchester County

  • David Koenigsberg

    Trustee, Village of Dobbs Ferry

  • Shirley Lasker

    Councilwoman, Town of Clarkstown

  • Milagros Lecuona

    Councilwoman, White Plains

  • Brendel Logan

    Councilwoman, Town of Ramapo

  • Marie Lorenzini

    Trustee, Village of Nyack

  • Rita Louie

    Former Deputy Mayor, Village of Pomona

  • Nancy Low-Hogan

    County Legislator, Rockland County

  • John Martin

    Councilman, White Plains

  • Shelley Mayer

    State Assemblywoman, Westchester

  • Rebecca McGovern

    Trustee, Tarrytown

  • Kevin Morgan

    Town Councilman, Greenburgh

  • Ian Murtaugh

    Trustee, Croton-On-Hudson

  • Judy Myers

    Former County Legislator, Westchester County

  • Vishnu Patel

    Councilman, Yorktown

  • Amy Paulin

    State Assemblywoman, Westchester

  • Virginia Perez

    County Legislator, Westchester County

  • Dennis Pilla

    Former Mayor, Port Chester

  • Manuel Quezada

    Village Trustee, Ossining

  • Casey Raskob

    Trustee, Croton-On-Hudson

  • William Ryan

    Former County Legislator, Westchester County

  • Gregory Schmidt

    Trustee, Croton-On-Hudson

  • Ilan Schoenberger

    County Legislator, Rockland County

  • Francis Sheehan

    Town Councilman, Greenburgh

  • Mary Jane Shimsky

    County Legislator, Westchester County

  • Beth Smayda

    Councilman, White Plains

  • Phil Soskin

    County Legislator, Rockland County

  • Hector Soto

    Councilman, Town of Haverstraw

  • Peter Tripoldi IV

    Town Councilman, Ossining

  • Yitzi Ullman

    Councilman, Town of Ramapo

  • Leo Wiegmman

    Mayor, Croton-on-Hudson

  • Northern Wilcher

    Town Councilman, Ossining

  • Alfreda Williams

    County Legislator, Westchester County

  • Lyndon Williams

    County Legislator, Westchester County

  • Robert Williams

    Mayor, Elmsford

  • Pat Withers

    Councilman, Town of Ramapo

  • Brett Yagel

    Mayor, Village of Pomona


  • Carole Gersten

    Peekskill Democratic City Committee

  • Dr. Mary Beth Walsh

    Burke Rehabilitation Hospital

    Nita has always supported the mission of this hospital, and the patients we serve. She has "gone to bat" for us in Congress, in committees, and to the press when it matters most. She will have my unqualified endorsement, and support.

  • Edna Zambo

    Resident, Ossining

    I will certainly vote for you and I appreciate all that you do for us here in Westchester County.  

  • Elliot Wolk, Elliot K. Wolk Investments

    I endorse Nita Lowey. She has been a great member of Congress for over 20 years, fighting for what is best for everyone and also a great supporter of Israel.

  • Leslie Masson

    President, The Peekskill Trolley Company

    I always feel confident that my best interests are in good hands when I live in a district that Nita Lowey represents. I currently live in Peekskill and am glad I am represented in Congress by Congresswoman Lowey.

  • Lola Costa-Esnard

    Piermont Freinds of the library/Piermont Hisotrical Society/Piermont Civic Association

    Congresswoman Lowey has demonstrated her concern for rivertown communities. As a member of several local organizations supporting civic, educational and historical issues in Piermont, I have been impressed with her commitment. She attends local events and supports our causes. We need legislators like Lowey who get invovled and reach out to their constituents.

  • Miriam & Tom Curnin

    We wholeheartedly endorse Congresswoman Nita Lowey's bid for election. She's been an outstanding and diligent member of Congress.

  • Nellie Johnson

    Resident, Croton-on-Hudson

    Nita has been standing up for New York. We need her in Congress to continue standing strong for New York.

  • Patricia Horing

    Nita Lowey fights for fairness. She supports the issues and values we care about, from community safety to education, women's health, local environmental and quality of life issues. Thank you Nita!

  • Paul Kittredge

    I think Nita's great!

  • Michael Bennett

    Albert Einstein College of Medicine

  • Mr. Michael Brumberg

    Resident, Hartsdale

  • Betty Cotton

    Resident, Purchase

  • Pearl Fleischmann

    Resident, New City

  • Jamie Gautreau

    Resident, White Plains

    I endorse Nita Lowey

  • Gail Henderson-Rogo

    Resident, Blauvelt

  • David Holland

    Resident, Spring Valley

  • Michael Kane

    Former Chair the Peekskill Democratic City Committee

  • Ronne Kaufman

    Resident, Port Chester

  • Larry Lefkowitz

    Resident, Hartsdale

    Absolutely for Nita

  • Mrs. Ruth Mikolajczak

    Resident, White Plains

  • Sue Papish

    Resident, Pleasantville

  • Evens Paul

    Resident, Hillcrest

  • Karen Peduzzi, Karen Peduzzi Graphic Design

    Resident, Valhalla

    I support Nita 100%.

  • Mr. Lloyd Roos

    Resident, Dobbs Ferry

  • Christopher Smith

    Resident, Pearl River

  • Pearl Spiro

    Resident, Congers

  • Bob Burns

    Chairman, Stony Point Democratic Committee

  • Diane Serratore

    Nita Lowey is a good, no, a great friend to Rockland County. She cares about our most vulnerable citizens and our most treasured resources. She works tirelessly to help make our world, our state, our county, our community better places. Nita is there for us. We need to be there for Nita. All I'm saying!

  • John Shields - Former Mayor, Nyack, NY

    Nita Lowey is tirelessly fighting the good fight for all of New York State and the Nation.

  • Kristen Stavisky

    Chairwoman, Rockland County Democratic Committee

  • Liz Shollenberger - Chair, White Plains Democratic City Committtee

    We in White Plains have a smart, energetic, and effective Member of Congress. Please join me in voting for her on November 4.

  • Mark Smith

    Congresswoman Lowey has consistently demonstrated that she is a true representative for her district. In a time when Congress as a whole has unfortunately consistently failed to help the American people, Nita has consistently fought for the interests of her district. She represents ALL people regardless of income or political affiliation. I am proud that Nita is my representative in Congress.

  • Marlon Bailey - Educator/Crisis Manager, NYC Board of Education

    I Marlon Bailey endorse Nita Lowey for congress.And will continue to support her by making phone calls to get her re-elected.

  • Mona Montal

    Chairwoman, Ramapo Democratic Committee

  • Nicole Doliner

    Clarkstown Democratic Committee

  • O. Fred Miller

    Chairman, Haverstraw Democratic Committee

  • Reese Berman

    Former Supervisor, Town of North Castle

  • Robert Candrea

    President of Little League, Kensico

  • Sal Corallo

    Former County Legislator and Retired County Planning Commissioner, Rockland County

  • Sam Riti

    Commander of the Armando Rauso AMVETS Post 40, Yonkers

  • Terri Thal

    Whenever I'm asked to remind my Congressperson to support or oppose a bill or an objectionable (to me) action Congress is considering, such as legislation pertaining to civil liberties, civil rights, environment, women's rights, international intervention and more, I know that she (Nita Lowey) already has been active in a way that I would support. If I ask her to support a cause, I almost always learn that she already has taken a stand or been involved in it.

  • Toni Fallon

    Chairwoman, Orangetown Democratic Committee

  • Tony Amato

    Member of the Antonio Meucci Lodge, Sons of Italy, White Plains

  • Barbara Blattstein

    Resident, Haverstrwaw

    Congresswoman Nita Lowey has consistently been a champion of education, women's rights, the needs of families and economic opportunity. She has a proven record of supporting those areas in Rockland County, such as grants to Head Start of Rockland County and in helping to secure millions of dollars in federal relief for the many communities, including Haverstraw, which experienced the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy. We continue to need her advocacy, her strength and her honesty in Congress. She deserves our votes!

  • Professor Elizabeth Iglesias

    What a wonderful woman! Best wishes for your re-election, and may we succeed in electing more of our wonderful candidates this year so that you will have worthy colleagues as strong allies to move this country forward!

  • Richard & Rosalind Kaufman

    Residents, Harrison

  • John Phelan

    Professor Emeritus, Fordham University

    Nita Lowey, first of all, is honest, straight, and direct with constituents, colleagues, and Party.
    She combines persistence of effort for her constituents with dedication to the country as a whole.
    We are lucky to have her for our district and for the nation. John M. Phelan

  • Fred Schwalb

    Rabbi, Hebrew Congregation of Somers

    I heartily endorse our Congress Member, Nita Lowy. She has always been a force for positive and progressive change in America, further the rights of women, of racial and religious minorities and all those who some have tried to portray as "the other" Almost equally important, she has been a bulwark against those who would concentrate power in what President Wilson, almost a hundred years ago, called "a little group of willful men . . .who have rendered the great government of the United States helpless and contemptible."

  • Allison Bergman

    Volunteer with the Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson

  • Clare Gorman

    Former Trustee, Village of Tuckahoe

  • Harry Grier

    Alzheimer's Association Ambassadors for the Westchester Chapter

  • Arthur Jakoby

    Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

  • Patricia Amazalorso

    I endorse Nita Lowey for Congress for multiple reasons. She has actively fought for and supported ideas, bills, and causes which I believe are important, such as: the environment, the middle class, health care, fairness in taxation, education for America's children, the importance of public radio, privacy on the internet and in our homes, campaign finance reform, etc. We desperately need more elected officials like Congresswoman Lowey, senators and representatives who care about the above-named issues and will fight to keep a long tradition of strength when it comes to representing and acting in the best interests of all Americans. Yes, I endorse Nita Lowey for Congress.

  • Mickey Gensler - President, Skyview Tenants Association.

    She has always worked for her constituents along with what is good for all americans.
    Too many representatives fight hard only for the people who vote for them, and lose sight of what is good for the majority of voters ought to be good for their constituents.

    We still are called The United States of America.

  • Dale Hisiger

    Resident, Armonk

    I endorse Nita Lowey for Congress!

  • Joseph Murphy - Senior Partner - Licensed Clinical Social Worker, J.P. Group/dba J.P. Associates

    In 1989, I volunteered to serve on Congresswoman Lowey's Service Academy Review Board (SARB) which was tasked with the responsibility to assist the young constituents within her district who applied for admission to one of the Military Academies. In the first year of her election to Congress, Mrs. Lowey's formed this Board; and thanks to her continous support and confidence in its civic minded community leaders, we interviewed over 42 high school senior applicants. From these interviews and the corresponding reviews of their high school records and leadership achievements, the Board recommended 36 candidates for nominations to Mrs. Lowey. She supported the recommendations made by her Board to the four academies with the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy receiving the least interest by the applicants. As a junior Member of Congress, she was expected to win no more than four appointments, one to each academy. But her leadership and commitment to the applicants resulted in outstanding results. Her candidates were exceedingly successful in winning 16 appointments, four appointments to each academy, a record not exceeded in the entire region. This record did not occur once. In my 22 years of service on her SARB, there were always double digit appointments offered to her constituents.

    These results did not happen by accident. She not only formed a highly sophisticated level of prominent community leaders to volunteer their services, but also she organized annual educational forums with her Board members participating along with military representatives from each academy to share information about the academy experiences which kept the youth applicants and their parents informed of the rigorous process for applying to an academy; and spoke about the burdens related to their career choice to serve their country. Mrs. Lowey's leadership on all levels showed that she is strongly committed to serve her constituents and provide a level of leadership that makes a difference for young and older constituents whether they are seeking a career in the armed forces of the United States or gaining insights into the difficulties related to social security and medical needs.

    Mrs. Lowey showed her dedication on all levels of her services to her constituents and was especially vigilant on matters of education, environmnetal improvements, veteran services, nuclear energy commitments and a host of other national, state, regional, and local challenges, including problem solving on matters of jobs and financial needs. I have no reservations in endorsing Nita M. Lowey for re election to Congress. We deserve to have her continue her great work for all of us. She has no equal.


    Joseph P. Murphy, former chair
    18th Congressional District

  • Annette Diskin

    Resident, Haverstraw

    Nita appears to be fighting for many of the things that are important to me.

  • Dan Seidel, Attorney

    Former Vice Chair Westchester Co. Soil & Water Conservation Board

    I have known Nita for many years and for many years she has been a staunch supporter of OUR Westchester environment, securing millions of dollars for flood mitigation, environmental restoration and enhancement projects, saving local municipalities/tax payers millions and millions of dollars they would have to come up with down the line, all improving our quality of life. She consistently "brings home the bacon" for funding very important needs.She is a great and strong friend of Israel and shows the true moral courage needed to stand with American friends and other democracies, like Israel. She is strong supporter of women's rights and the Freedom of women to make their own choices about their own bodies - she supports the Right of abortion choice, so critical for a free society and equal protection under the law. Although we disagree on some things, like Citizens being able to freely purchase ammunition from online sellers (I believe there is nothing wrong in that and again Citizens DO and SHOULD have that right), she nonetheless has the People's interest at heart and she deserves our continued and firm support.

    I endorse Nita Lowey for Congress (again)!

  • Laurie Corey

    Resident, Ossining

    Nita stands for all of the progressive ideals that I hold!

  • Louise Clotaire Fevrier - Lead Sales & Services Associate, USPS

    I endorse Honorable Congresswoman for US Congress,because she is the best for the job. HONORABLE NITA LOWEY FOR Congress.

  • Renee Cohen - Writer/Editor

    Resident, Pomona

    Nobody could be better than Nita!!

  • Meg Gallagher

    Staff Member, Maryknoll Sisters

    I am most pleased to endorse Nita; her dedication and interest in every area of life that concerns each of us in her constituency is carried out with great courage and perseverance. I highly endorse her.

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