Walker for New York City

At a time when our true democratic values are being tested, it is imperative now more than ever that we support and elect progressive leadership in New York City. Please join us Friday, January 11th for a fundraising event for Assemblywoman Latrice M. Walker who is running for NYC Public Advocate!

 

All donations from New York City residents will be matched 8:1 through the city’s campaign finance program which provides public funds to candidates for city office. That means:

 

By chipping in $50 your contribution becomes $450!

By chipping in $100 your contribution becomes $900!

By chipping in $175 your contribution becomes $1575!

 

Thank you for your support!


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