The choice for the 21st Senatorial District could not be clearer...that choice is Senator Kevin Parker. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Senator Parker grew up understanding many of the challenges and opportunities our members face each day. During the pandemic, with our members on the frontline, we relied on leaders like Senator Parker to fight for funding, PPE and worker protections for us in Albany. Come election time, our 450,000 members will be standing behind Senator Parker to keep him fighting for New Yorkers in Albany.
The only choice for State Senate in the 21st District is Kevin Parker. A graduate of New York City public schools who has worked his way into a position of leadership in the New York State Senate, Parker has shown New York families and our members his commitment and unwavering support of CSA-NYC’s members and goals for education in our great State. We need to keep progressive leaders like Senator Parker on the frontline ensuring our members are supported in Albany, and public education continues to improve in New York.
His work fighting for us in Albany has led to more New Yorkers with good jobs and benefits, safety and security in the workplace, and more education and training to keep New York moving forward. We couldn’t be more confident in our choice for the 21st District, and look forward to keeping Senator Parker in Albany fighting for us for years to come.
Parker has been a leading voice on gender and pay equity in Albany, and was a strong voice for our members during the COVID-19 pandemic. He understands the unique challenges and opportunities New York is facing as we rebuild and reimagine our economy from the bottom up.
With a pandemic ravaging New York’s economy, and state budgets facing unprecedented cuts, PEF was lucky to have allies like Senator Kevin Parker who understood the importance of our members' work and security. We are proud to once-again endorse Kevin, a long-time friend and ally to the 50,000 public employees we represent, who has always fought to make sure the powers-that-be in Albany remember public employees.