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Communication Workers of America (CWA) Endorses Andre Sayegh For Mayor Of Paterson 

For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 19th, 2018

By NJG Press Releases, April 19 2018 2:53 pm

Contact: Joshua Henne, 732-407-5938

Communication Workers of America (CWA) Endorses Andre Sayegh For Mayor Of Paterson

(PATERSON) – As part of the growing support for Councilman Andre Sayegh in his campaign for Mayor of Paterson, the Communication Workers of America (CWA) New Jersey today announced its endorsement.

“New Jerseyans have repeatedly voted for progressive leadership that puts working families first,” said Hetty Rosenstein, New Jersey’s CWA Director.  “Andre Sayegh fits that mold.  We represent nearly 1,000 families who call Paterson home, and we look forward to talking to them and their neighbors about moving Andre’s vision forward.”

Andre Sayegh expressed his gratitude to the members of the Communications Workers of America:

“As a city councilman from the 6th Ward of Paterson, I have helped lower crime and attract investment for new developments throughout my ward,  I want to take what I have learned in the 6th Ward and bring it to the entire City,” said Councilman Andre Sayegh.   “I am grateful for the confidence and support being provided by the members of CWA.  This support in a tough race for the Mayor’s Office goes a long way toward my goal of serving the entire City of Paterson, the city I love.”

Communications Workers of America (CWA) New Jersey represents more than 70,000 working families in New Jersey, including more than 40,000 state workers, 15,000 county and local government workers, and thousands of workers in the telecommunications and direct-care industries.

Paterson’s municipal elections are May 8. Voters will cast ballots for mayor, and for three at-large council seats.

Andre Sayegh has represented Paterson’s Sixth Ward since he was first elected in 2008.  He previously served on Paterson’s Board of Education from 2004-2008. For more information about Councilman Sayegh and his campaign, visit andresayegh.com.

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