2018 ENDORSEMENTS

Upstate Jobs Committee is registered with the NY State Board of Elections as an Independent Expenditure Committee. Our Committee receives and disburses funds for the advocacy of candidates and policies that align with principles of the Upstate Jobs Party.

Bob Antonacci

CANDIDATE – NYS SENATE (DISTRICT 50)

Bob Antonacci is a leader who truly understands what is needed to improve the business climate, reform state government and create real job opportunities for our best and brightest.

Bob Antonacci secures Upstate Jobs Party ballot line!

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Keith Wofford

CANDIDATE – NYS ATTORNEY GENERAL

Keith Wofford grew up in Buffalo, NY. He recognizes that recent AGs have twisted NY’s laws, strong-armed companies to settle flimsy lawsuits, and used our companies as a piggy bank – which has driven away jobs and investment.

UJP endorses Keith Wofford for NYS Attorney General.

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Keith Wofford for NYS Attorney General | Vote Upstate Jobs

Daphne Jordan

CANDIDATE – NYS SENATE (DISTRICT 43)

Daphne Jordan has spent the past four years on the Halfmoon Town Board. She supports economic development to create more good-paying jobs, and cut Albany’s wasteful government spending.

UJP supports Jordan’s small business savvy.

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Daphne Jordan

Carrie Woerner

RE-ELECT – NYS ASSEMBLY (DISTRICT 113)

Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner is a successful businesswoman with 30 years in high-tech. She’s helping to create jobs in rural communities, tackle the opioid epidemic and call for change to NY’s historic tax credit.

UJP recognizes Woerner’s  deep innovation economy experience.

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The Upstate Jobs Committee assesses candidates who express views and/or a track record that includes furthering job creation through approaches consistent with Upstate Jobs Party principles. Visit UpstateJobs.org for additional information.

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