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Councilor Lederman is Proudly Endorsed by:

Nick Cocchi

Sheriff of Hampden County

“Jesse is making a difference. He says what he is going to do, and he actually does it. The people of Springfield are well served by City Councilor Jesse Lederman.”

Benjamin Swan, Sr.

Former State Representative

“Jesse Lederman is young, energetic, and smart. He has a good heart, he knows what is good for Springfield, and I am convinced without a doubt that he will work in the best interest of our whole city. He has a lot of experience. I’ve watched him over the years and am very impressed by his commitment and abilities.”

Michael J. Ashe, Jr.

Former Sheriff of Hampden County

“All you have to do is look at his resume. Jesse is the real deal. He's not a politican - he is a public servant. Jesse's got the guts to make things happen."

Latonia Monroe-Naylor

Springfield School Committeewoman, At-Large

"Jesse understands the importance of working together with residents and community leaders to get things done. He truly cares about our community and our city."

Cheryl Coakley-Rivera

Register of Deeds & Former State Representative

"We are at a crossroads with leadership in our city. Jesse is a leader that we as a city can invest in. He is taking out city to the next level."

Massachusetts Nurses Association

“It is clear that Jesse understands the issues facing nurses and their patients in Springfield”, said Donna Kelly-Williams, RN and President of the MNA. “He is committed to addressing health care challenges- such as access to essential health services- and the MNA looks forward to working with him when he is reelected to the City Council”.

Environmental League of Massachusetts
Action Fund

“Jesse has been instrumental in prioritizing the environment in Springfield,” said ELM Action Fund President Elizabeth Henry. “His leadership is crucial for taking the necessary steps to improve resilience and sustainability.”

Western Mass Area Labor Federation
AFL-CIO

Alliance of over 50 labor organizations. 

The Pioneer Valley AFL-CIO is a voluntary federation of over 50 labor unions with members across the Western Massachusetts, with approximately 5,000 members in the City of Springfield. 

SEIU Local 1199

Service Employees International Union

The largest healthcare union in the United States, representing over 450,000 workers. 

UFCW Local 1459

United Food and Commercial Workers

The UFCW Local 1459 represents 5,000 members and is the largest union in Western Massachusetts. The union represents both public and private sector workers including retail, food, and food service workers as well as school bus drivers.

Carpenters Local 336

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America

The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC) began in 1881 when 36 carpenters from 11 cities formed a national union with a constitution, a structure and two thousand members. From humble beginnings arose a powerful political and economic force, setting the standards for wages, benefits, conditions and quality on every project in the United States.

Springfield Police Patrolman's Union
I.B.P.O. Local 364

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“The I.B.P.O Local 364 is proud to endorse Jesse Lederman for Springfield City Council At-Large,” said Joe Gentile, President of the Springfield Patrolman’s Union, “Jesse possesses both youthful optimism and mature pragmatism which will serve the residents of Springfield well.”