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Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Wraps Weeklong Slate of Events to Mark the Official Launch of Her Re-Election Campaign

May 17, 2021

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Wraps Weeklong Slate of Events to Mark the Official Launch of Her Re-Election Campaign

Curran’s weeklong campaign launch was marked by labor roundtables, small business tours and a kickoff to her county-wide, grassroots organizing effort.

BALDWIN, NEW YORK - Last week, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran officially announced her bid for re-election, making statewide news. The County Executive followed her announcement with a series of campaign events and the release of her first 2021 campaign video, “Leadership Through It All,” which outlines Curran’s record of standing by Nassau residents.

Following Laura Curran's official first week on the campaign trail, the County Executive released the following statement:

"In my first campaign for Nassau County Executive, I ran on a promise to clean up government because I knew it needed to work for working people here in Nassau. I am proud to say I followed through on that promise. Now, nearly four years later, Nassau faces different needs. The pandemic touched all of us, but through perseverance and ingenuity, we are coming out the other side stronger. As County Executive, I led Nassau through the worst of the pandemic. In 2022, I will continue to lead us through a robust recovery and into Nassau's next chapter."

County Executive Curran built off the momentum of her campaign announcement on Tuesday by holding a virtual roundtable with other Nassau women in politics. The County Executive was joined by Congresswoman Kathleen Rice, Candidate for Legislature in District 6 Laura Burns, Oyster Bay Supervisor Candidate Amanda Field, Oyster Bay Council Candidate Reema Rasool and Hempstead Town Clerk candidate Olena Nicks to discuss the importance of representation in politics.

Last week, County Executive Laura Curran also made several campaign stops - touring businesses aided by the County during the pandemic and meeting with frontline workers and union leaders to discuss what an inclusive recovery looks like for Nassau County.

The County Executive wrapped up an action packed week of campaigning with a grassroots canvass launch. Curran was joined by Candidate for Comptroller Ryan Cronin, Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Candidate Wayne Wink and dozens of volunteers eager to get the word out about Nassau’s 2021 Democratic candidates.

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran’s 2021 re-election campaign is moving full steam ahead. Laura Curran saw Nassau through the worst of the pandemic and she is the only candidate who can lead Nassau through a robust recovery. In the coming months, Curran for Nassau will make that case clear, while mobilizing voters across the County to show up on Election Day.

Posted on May 19, 2021.