Long Island Region members attend a rally in front of the Nassau County Legislature to encourage the public to vote ‘no’ on a constitutional convention.
CSEA members and our allies came out in force to urge New Yorkers to vote NO on the constitutional convention, as well as for endorsed candidates in key local government races.
We got out the word that the convention would be a bad idea for New York through social media, literature and most importantly, one-on-one conversations with our union brothers and sisters, families, friends and neighbors. On Election Day, we came out in force to vote NO!
When we work together and stand strong, we can win! Here are our get-out-the-vote efforts from across the state.
CSEA members working for Westchester County’s Department of
Environmental Facilities are fired up as they rally with other union
Metropolitan Region retirees call members to
remind them to vote NO on the constitutional
From left, state Department of Motor Vehicles Local President Cindy
Stiles and Capital Region President Ron Briggs do GOTV visabilty.
Central New York DDSO Local activist Barry Richards
reminds people to vote NO on the constitutional
Suffolk County Local members volunteer for phone
banking to urge members to vote NO on the
constitutional convention and vote for endorsed Town
of Brookhaven candidates on Election Day. (Photo by
From left, Retiree activist Lori Nilsson, Central Region
Secretary Chantalise DeMarco and Central New York
DDSO Local President Don Meenan do GOTV visibility
Left, Anthony Adamo, chair of CSEA’s Statewide
Legislative & Political Action Committee and
Southern Region 2nd vice president, makes
phone calls to members on Election Day to
remind them to vote.
Nassau County Local volunteers make calls to encourage local residents to vote NO on the
constitutional convention. (Photo by Sue Castle).
CSEA Syracuse Area Retirees Local members Kathy
Zabinski and Lori Nilsson work the phone banks.
Long Island Region
LaMorte joins a rally
urging New Yorkers to
vote NO on the
Suffolk Area Retirees
Local activist Joe Owens
works the phone banks.
Local 3rd Vice
a NO vote on the
a labor walk.