Julia Salazar

Happy Hour for Julia Salazar + The Jewish Vote

Join Julia Salazar, candidate for NY State Senate, and members of The Jewish Vote for drinks in the beautiful backyard of The Springs in Greenpoint. Proceeds support grassroots efforts to elect Julia and other community-based leaders in the September 13th primary.

Monday, August 20th


The Springs

224 Franklin Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Produced by Miriam Fogelson (Questions: Miriam.fogelson@gmail.com)

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Julia Salazar is running for NY state senate in District 18 (Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Bushwick, Bed Stuy and Cypress Hills) to represent the concerns of working people. As an immigrant, Jewish women of color, feminist, democratic socialist, and union member, Julia has spent her life fighting for social justice. Julia supported herself through Columbia University as a nanny and worked for police accountability and criminal justice reform as a staff organizer for Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ) until beginning her run for office. Julia’s platform includes:

  • Housing: Expanding rent stabilization system to cover all NY apartments.

  • Transit: Fully funding the MTA and working to expand transit options in the L-Train shutdown.

  • Reproductive Rights: Encoding Roe v. Wade in state law and ensuring unrestricted access to free and high-quality reproductive care.

  • Healthcare: Creating universal healthcare in New York State.

  • Criminal Justice Reform: end cash bail and broken windows policing

  • Immigration: Ban ICE in NY state courts and pass the DREAM ACT.

  • Education: Funding for public schools, including free tuition at CUNY and SUNY.

The Jewish Vote is the C4 sister organization of Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ), the largest community-based participatory Jewish organization in New York State. For us, voting Jewishly means harnessing the power of the Jewish Resistance to mobilize progressive jewish voters, build grassroots power for the many, not the few, and support the next generation of progressive leaders. Like most New Yorkers, we’re fed up with establishment politicians who are invested in maintaining the status quo in Albany and who refuse to challenge the Trump administration’s treif agenda.

The Jewish Vote is a proud endorser of Julia Salazar for State Senate.

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