The Coalition to Restore New York has united unions, businesses, nonprofits and voters across the city to advocate for the return of accountability and common-sense leadership. We are committed to growing a broad coalition that will support our efforts to restore New York City and invite your organization to click the button below to see how you can get involved.
Below, you will find a list of our current partners at the Coalition to Restore New York:
LOCAL ONE – IATSE
“Local One (I.A.T.S.E.) of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees is committed to getting our members, and all New Yorkers, back to work safely and as soon as possible. Our Union is excited to be a part of The Coalition to Restore New York, to ensure that our elected leaders outline a clear plan for how they will re-open our City, revitalize the economy and bring back jobs.” – James J. Claffey, Jr., President of Local One.
About Local One - IATSE
Local One is the premier stagehand union of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E). Local One, with thousands of members throughout greater New York, who construct, install, maintain and operate the lighting and sound equipment, scenery, and special effects that thrill and delight audiences at many of New York City’s biggest and most legendary performance venues, as well as numerous television studios.
New Yorkers United for Change
“We are thrilled to join forces with The Coalition to Restore New York and bring the resources of New Yorkers United for Change to its important efforts. Our respective missions are perfectly aligned as we aim to restore NYC politics, educate voters, and identify and support rational, moderate candidates in each of the critical city races. We look forward to working closely with and supporting the Coalition in any way we can.” – Bruce Teitelbaum, founding member.
About New Yorkers United for Change
New Yorkers United for Change is a non-partisan movement, whose goal is to change the current political landscape of New York by supporting the election of political leaders who use common sense approaches to solving real problems in an honest and balanced way.
“As a grassroots community-based initiative dedicated to getting New York City back on track in 2021, we are excited to be a partner of The Coalition to Restore New York, an organization dedicated to ensuring our elected leaders have a real plan for recovery. We look forward to working together to educate voters and create a stronger New York for all of us.” – Kejda Gjermani, NYC Reboot member
About NYC Reboot
NYC Reboot is a grassroots community-based initiative dedicated to getting New York City back on track in 2021 and beyond. Working with political activists and organizers, NYC Reboot is focused on voter education and mobilization around key public policy issues and quality of life community concerns.
Upper West Side Together
“Upper West Side Together is proud to partner with The Coalition to Restore New York, combining our efforts to call on candidates to tell us how they will lead New York City’s recovery. Our city is truly at a crossroads and faces an unprecedented crisis. We must all work together to identify the right local leaders to guide us out of the pandemic.” – Upper West Side Together member.
About Upper West Side Together
Upper West Side Together was formed in response to rising crime and safety concerns on the streets of our communities. This community effort has highlighted the critical importance and responsibility of understanding the local political landscape and the platforms and agendas of our local elected officials and those who aspire to occupy local political seats.
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