New York’s independent workers keep our state running. Whether it’s tutoring our children, helping us with physical therapy, or one of the many frontline healthcare workers protecting us from COVID-19, we all rely on independent workers to keep our families healthy and our communities strong.

We all need our elected officials in Albany focused on strengthening our region’s economy, creating good, flexible jobs, winning support from Washington DC to stabilize our state’s finances, and supporting parents and families still struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic.

That’s why New Yorkers for Independent Work is dedicated to standing up for small business owners and entrepreneurs who help create diverse, flexible job opportunities for our communities, and who serve our friends and families in their times of need. Preserving diverse, flexible job opportunities will become even more critical as the country grapples with the economic fallout of the pandemic, as certain jobs and work opportunities will take months to come back online while we work toward recovery.

The General Election is on November 3rd and we need to make sure we stand up for the leaders who will protect our jobs, grow our economy and stabilize New York. We support leaders who will stand up for us.

Together, we can keep New York’s economy strong and protect our state’s small business owners, independent workers and entrepreneurs.

Independent Workers Support

Monica Martinez

Senator

Monica Martinez

Kevin Thomas

Senator

Kevin Thomas

Peter Harckham

Senator

Peter Harckham

Karen Smythe

Karen Smythe for Senate

Michelle Hinchey

Michelle Hinchey for Senate

Samra Brouk

Samra Brouk for Senate

Jeremy Cooney

Jeremy Cooney for Senate

Al Taylor

Assembly Member

Al Taylor

Latoya Joyner

Assembly Member

Latoya Joyner

Jeff Dinowitz

Assembly Member

Jeff Dinowitz

John McDonald

Assembly Member

John McDonald

Steven Otis

Assembly Member

Steven Otis

Vote by Absentee Ballot

As you may know, Governor Andrew Cuomo has expanded eligibility for absentee voting to all New Yorkers. New Yorkers can apply for their absentee ballot at the NYS Board of Elections website.