Governor Andrew Cuomo


Senator Chuck Schumer
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand


Congressman Joe Crowley
Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez
Congresswoman Grace Meng

Senator Joe Addabbo
Senator Mike Gianaris
Assemblyman Mike Miller
Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi
Assemblyman Francisco Moya
Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan
Assemblywoman Marge Markey

Councilman Peter Koo
Councilman Mark Weprin
Councilman Daniel Dromm
Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer
Councilman Peter Vallone Jr.
Councilman James Gennaro
Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras
Councilman Donovan Richards
Councilman Leroy Comrie


United Federation of Teachers
SEIU 1199
Hotel Trades Council
SEIU Doctors Council
United Auto Workers Local 9A
Building and Construction Trades Council
Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union
New York City Central Labor Council
Communication Workers Association Local 1182
Ironworkers Political Action League
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 3
International Union of Operation Engineers Local 14
International Union of Operation Engineers Local 94
Steamfitters Local 638
Transport Workers Union Local 100
Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1181
Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1056
United Food Commercial Workers Local 1500
International Brotherhood of Teamsters Joint Council 16
Mason Tenders and New York State Laborers
New York City District Council of Carpenters
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 9
Metallic Lathers
Sanitation Teamsters Local 891
Plumbers Local 1
Council of School Supervisors and Administrators
International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 1
International Association of Heat & Frost Insulators & Allied Workers
Sheet Metal Workers Local 137
Sheet Metal Workers Local 28
International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers
Professional Staff Congress CUNY


Uniformed Firefighters Association
Uniformed Firefighters Officers Assocation
Correction Officers Benevolent Association
Union of Assistant Deputy Wardens
Uniformed EMTs, Paramedics and Fire Inspectors Local 2507
Uniformed EMS Officers Union
Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association
Detectives Endowment Association
Captains Endowment Association
Correction Captains Association
Lieutenants Benevolent AssociationPlanned Parenthood
Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club
Lesbian and Gay Democratic Club of Queens


Elizabeth’s Endorsers Voice their Strong Support

“Throughout her time in The New York City Council, Elizabeth Crowley has been a tireless advocate on behalf of the hardworking, middle class families in Queens. Whether it is fighting to prevent firehouse closures, working with the city to open new schools in her district or upgrading local libraries and parks, Elizabeth is committed to improving the lives of her constituents.  I enthusiastically support Elizabeth Crowley for her re-election to the New York City Council.”
— Congressman Joe Crowley —


“I strongly support Councilwoman Crowley in her campaign for re-election to the City Council.
Elizabeth is a true fighter for our community and I look forward to continuing to work together
on important issues.”
— Congresswoman Grace Meng —


In just five years, Elizabeth Crowley has helped restore the J train, downzone our neighborhoods, and fought for funding for our local schools, libraries and firehouses. I am proud to have worked with her on the issues that matter to our community. She has the experience and energy needed to represent the people of the 30th Council District. I look forward to working with her over the next few years.”
— Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez —


“Elizabeth Crowley has proved time and time again that she is a dedicated protector of public safety. She has been an outspoken defender on behalf of the Fire Department when the Mayors Budget has repeatedly tried to shut down twenty companies. We know that Crowley will continue to be a fierce advocate, not only for the safety of our members, but for the welfare of all New Yorkers.”
Al Hagen, President of the Uniformed Fire Fighters Officer Association —


“Elizabeth Crowley understands how important it is that teachers have the tools they need to give our children the best education. In the City Council, Elizabeth will put the needs of our students first.”
—Michael Mulgrew, President of United Federation of Teachers —


“As a council member, Elizabeth Crowley had always fought for working families. We are confident that she will continue to build on her strong record of fighting for good jobs and strong communities.”
— Hector Figueroa, President of 32BJ SEIU —


“I have been proud to work with Elizabeth Crowley, who has done a great job fighting for her constituents and middle class families. We need to re-elect a dedicated and focused public servant like Elizabeth, because she understands the struggles of working class families in this city.”
— Senator Joe Addabbo —


“Elizabeth Crowley is the fighter we need in City Hall. Whether its fighting for safer streets or more seats in the class room, Elizabeth will stand up to anyone and be the best advocate for her constituents.”
— Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi —


“Elizabeth Crowley is a proven fighter for our community. She is a leader who faces big challenges head on.  She led the charge in getting our carousel land marked and she stood up to Mayor Bloomberg and
ensured our firehouses remain opened. Elizabeth makes sure the people of this city are protected
and our voices are heard.”
— Assemblyman Mike Miller —


“Elizabeth Crowley works hard for our communities and I am pleased to endorse her for re-election”
— Assemblywoman Marge Markey —


“Elizabeth Crowley has proven to be a champion of Correction Officers in their role of maintaining public safety in New York City.  As the head of the Council’s Fire and Criminal Justice Services Committee, she has fought vigorously to improve the working conditions of Correction Officers on Riker’s Island and she has held the Department of Correction accountable for the inadequate staffing levels that continue to jeopardize the safety and security of both staff and inmates throughout the DOC. We also know she has the integrity, experience and commitment to fight for working families in her district and that’s why the COBA will do all that we can to help her win another term in November.”
— Norman Seabrook, President of the Correction Officers Benevolent Association —


“Elizabeth Crowley has been a champion for working families her entire career.  We need Elizabeth back in the City Council because she is a fighter who will always put the interest of the middle class first by supporting smart policies that advance workers’ rights and spur economic growth.”
—George L. Miranda, Teamsters Joint Council 16 President  —


“Elizabeth Crowley knows the importance of keeping the NYPD properly staffed and able to do its job. Safe streets are vital for economic growth and a good quality of life for middle class families, and the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association is proud to endorse her for re-election in the 30th Council District”
— Patrick Lynch, President of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association —