The National Policy Alliance (NPA) Endorses Michael Blake for Congress (NY-15)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Washington, DC – On the occasion of The National Policy Alliance (NPA) 2019 Annual Business meeting, our members and attendees unanimously endorsed New York Assemblyman Michael Blake for his candidacy to the United States House of Representatives.

Assemblyman Blake is an experienced policymaker, an outstanding leader and knows what it takes to advance the district he represents. He understands community; he has compassion and is fearless about his work, his community, his constituents. His work under the Obama administration proved he has the passion to lead nationally and internationally. The NPA is confident that Assemblyman will represent New York’s 15th Congressional District with the integrity it deserves.

Johnny Ford, NPA co-chair stated:

 

The National Policy Alliance is proud to endorse Michael Blake for U.S. Congress. He has demonstrated leadership that is needed and welcome to Congress. Michael has proven that he knows what hard work, dedication and listening is how to be a policymaker that makes a real difference. Assemblyman Blake will represent the 15th Congressional District, the State of New York and our great country with integrity and pride. We support him.

 

The NPA, a Washington, DC based organization is composed of the nine major organizations representing black public officials from federal, state and local levels of government throughout the country focuses on issues of concern to the African American community.

For more information, visit www.npalinks.org or contact NPA Executive Director

Linda Haithcox at 202-615-9526.

Together, we #BelieveInTheBx.

 


 

ABOUT THE NPA

The National Policy Alliance (NPA) is composed of the major organizations representing black public officials from federal, state and local levels of government throughout the country, as well as the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, the nation’s preeminent think tank focused on issues of particular concern to the African American community.