NY State Senator Rachel May

State Senator Rachel May

“I am proud to support Dana Balter in her campaign for Congress. Her campaign is about building community, engaging people in solutions, and making the strongest possible case for a government of, by, and for the people. She shows up, listens, and will fight for all of us to have good healthcare and a fair economy. Most importantly, I know she will always represent the people of the 24th district, not corporate interests–that’s why she has been able to build such a powerful grassroots movement. She ran an incredible campaign in 2018 and I am confident she will flip the district blue in November,” said Senator Rachel May.


Balter has been endorsed by 24 local leaders — including all three of the Democratic challengers running for New York Assembly in NY-24:

Dana Balter endorsed by:

  • Kenan Baldridge

    Former Town of Rose Supervisor
  • Leslie Baxter

    Scipio Town Councilor
  • Sara Bollinger

    Town of Manlius Councilor
  • Susan Boyle

    Former Syracuse Common Councilor
  • Judy Boyke

    Town of Cicero Councilor
  • Dia Carabajal

    former Auburn City Councilor & candidate for NYS Assembly — 126th District
  • Melina Carnicelli

    Former Mayor of Auburn
  • Scott Comegys

    Candidate for NYS Assembly — 130th District
  • Elaine Denton

    Town of Manlius Councilor
  • Tom Drumm

    Oswego County Legislator
  • Daniel Farfaglia

    Former Minority Leader of the Oswego County Legislature
  • Melissa Flint Morgan

    Mayor of Tully
  • Katelyn Kriesel

    Town of Manlius Councilor
  • Mary Kuhn

    Onondaga County Legislator
  • Susan McBrearty

    Oswego City Councilor
  • Cody Phillips

    Walworth Town Councilor
  • Kerin Rigney

    Town of Dewitt Councilor
  • Tammy Sayre

    Town of Marcellus Councilor
  • Gail Tosh

    Candidate for NYS Assembly — 120th District
  • Heather Allison Waters

    Town of Manlius Councilor
  • Monica Williams

    Former Onondaga County Legislator
  • Vernon Williams

    Onondaga County Legislator
  • Sam Young

    DeWitt Town Councilor