We’re Endorsing State Senate Candidates For First Time!

HUDSON VALLEY, NY— Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson announced its 2020 State Senate endorsements, backing Jen Metzger, Karen Smythe, and Michelle Hinchey. All three are in competitive races in the Hudson Valley, a key battleground for deciding who controls the State Senate.

“Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson stands up for candidates who fight for a New York that works for all of us, not just the 1%. Jen Metzger delivered for working people last session, and Karen Smythe and Michelle Hinchey are running to do just that,“ said Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson Executive Director, Jonathan Bix. “We’re only jumping into a few races, because we want to have a huge impact on each one. We made 34,991 get-out-the-vote door-knocks, calls, and texts for the election last year. This year we’re doing a whole lot more – we’ll be knocking on tens-of-thousands of doors for our endorsed candidates.”

New York State Senator, Jen Metzger — “I am honored to be endorsed by Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson, an organization that leads the way in fighting for the rights and dignity of all working people. NLMH has engaged and inspired thousands of people through outreach, organization, and voter registration. Thank you for all of the hard work you do to lift up everyone in the Hudson Valley.”

New York State Senate Candidate, Karen Smythe — “I am deeply grateful to Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson for their endorsement. As powerful advocates for working families, NLMH focuses on the issues that matter most, from healthcare to housing to education to good paying jobs.”

New York State Senate Candidate, Michelle Hinchey — “It’s an honor to be endorsed by Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson. The work they’ve done advocating for all working people in our communities is pivotal to moving upstate forward. I’m excited to partner with them to flip this seat and bring real representation back to the 46th District.”

Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson is a grassroots organization in the Hudson Valley fighting for progressive issues and to elect representatives who champion those issues.”