Sunday, September 25, 2011


Vincent Esposito
Rochester, N.Y. – CSEA has endorsed Vinnie Esposito for Monroe County Legislature, (16th District, Irondequoit.) Esposito, a Democrat, has served on the Monroe County Legislature since 2007.

Vinnie currently serves as the Ranking Minority Member of the Legislature’s Planning and Economic Development Committee, and is also a member of the Agenda/Charter Committee, where he has spearheaded several reform proposals such as reducing the size of the legislature, independent redistricting and rules reform. Vinnie served on the Transportation Committee and County Planning Board from 2008 through 2010. In November 2010, Vinnie was unanimously elected to the position of Deputy to the Leadership of the Democratic Caucus and also appointed to the Ways & Means Committee and the Monroe County Council of Local Governments.

”We are thrilled to support a candidate that respects and understands the value of public employees and worker rights,” said Ove Overmyer, CSEA Monroe County Local 828 PAC Co-Chairman. “As a County Legislator, Vinnie has been a true friend to working people of his district. We should know—we represent almost every public worker in the town of Irondequoit. When we need an answer or some direction, Mr. Esposito has always been there for us.”

There are nearly 10,000 CSEA represented Monroe County motivated voters who work for public and private employers, including New York State, Monroe County, City of Rochester, towns and villages and the private healthcare industry.

Please go to Vinnie's homepage to support his campaign.

CSEA is New York State’s leading union, representing employees of New York State and its counties, towns, villages, school districts, library systems, authorities and public corporations. Together with a growing population of private sector members and retirees, CSEA forms a union 290,000 strong. It is also the largest affiliate (and Local 1000) of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) which, in turn, is one of the largest affiliates of the AFL-CIO.

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