Daniel Dromm joined 32BJ Union President Mike Fishman and the leadership of SEIU Local 32BJ for a candidate reception to kick-off the union's 2009 political and policy agenda for New York City. The event gave candidates running for Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate, Borough President, and Council the opportunity to hear about 32BJ's policy priorities for the next four years and beyond.
32BJ represents tens of thousands of building service workers in New York City; our commitment to improving the lives of all of New York's working families is the foundation of the union's 2009 platform. 32BJ looks forward to engaging candidates on the issues that impact low-wage workers - good jobs that pay family-sustaining wages, healthcare, affordable housing, and responsible government. This reception was the first in a series of events to discuss the issues with candidates and engage leaders in a discussion on how to best address the issues that matter to New York's working poor.