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September 7th, 2016

Eachus is the True Women’s Equality Candidate

Dear Editor,

On Tuesday, September 13th, registered voters in the Women’s Equality Party will have the opportunity to choose a candidate for State Senate through the write-in process. I’m writing to support Christopher W. Eachus who is the endorsed candidate of the Women’s Equality Party. He is the endorsed candidate of the party and has received the support of Pro-Choice NY.

There will be a write-in primary for this line because the community of Kiryas Joel registered four male students of their rabbinical college into the Women’s Equality Party on the last possible day to do an opportunity to ballot. This is a blatant attempt by an anti-choice group of individuals to steal a line that is meant to support pro-choice, pro-gender equality candidates.

We need a NY State Senator who will never compromise on women’s equality and women’s health. We are fortunate to have a candidate, Christopher W. Eachus who is truly the best candidate for women. Chris, a member of the Orange County Legislature for eleven years, is a strong advocate for women’s rights and is pro-choice.

When he is elected as NY State Senator of the 39th district he will ensure that the principles that are important to the Women’s Equality movement are supported in Albany.  Help restore New York’s leadership in the preservation of women’s rights. 

 If you’re enrolled in the Women’s Equality Party, I ask you to write in Christopher W. Eachus on Primary Day, Tuesday, September 13th, 2016.

Kelly Allegra
New Windsor, NY

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