Please Join Us March 26th for a Fundraiser for Andrew Gounardes

On Sunday, March 26, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., we're hosting a fundraiser for State Senator Andrew Gounardes at The Long Island Bar on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, and we hope you'll join us!

In his four-plus years in the State Senate, no one has done more to promote safe streets than Andrew Gounardes. After defeating speed-camera foe Marty Golden in 2018, Andrew was the prime sponsor of the bill that expanded the crucial automated-enforcement program. And last year, he sponsored the legislation that authorized a major expansion of New York City's speed-camera program, also allowing round-the-clock operation, a critical step given the prevalence of dangerous driving late at night.

In addition, Andrew and fellow StreetsPAC endorsee Emily Gallagher last year sponsored the bill that now requires instruction in pedestrian and cyclist safety as part of the process of obtaining a drivers license in New York State. In the current Albany session, Andrew has sponsored bills that will enable citizen-reporting of the growing and dangerous problem of illegally obscured or covered license plates, expand the city's red-light camera program, and revoke driving privileges for chronically dangerous drivers.

On top of that, he's been a consistent champion for better subway and bus service, and improved transit accessibility.

Following State Senate redistricting in 2022, Andrew is now representing a significantly changed district, adding portions of Sunset Park, Red Hook, Gowanus, and several Brownstone Brooklyn neighborhoods. If you live in one of those communities, this event will be a great opportunity for you to get to know your new State Senator.

We'll have plenty of appetizers to nosh on, and we'll pick up the tab for your first couple drinks.

See below for details, and click on the image to RSVP, or follow this link: Hope to see you there!

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