Nathalia has spent years successfully fighting for change in Albany as our Assembly member, focusing on creating good jobs, improving transportation, and making our streets and communities safe. As an Assemblywoman, Nathalia kept her community strong during the pandemic. As a State Senator, she will continue to fight for safe, affordable communities, support local and small businesses, and stand with workers.
Nathalia knows the importance of having a reliable and resilient transportation system. She is committed to increasing ferry accessibility, modernizing public streets and increasing transit access.
Nathalia has a long history of support for small businesses, and she will continue to be an advocate as a State Senator. Nathalia will work to uplift minority and women-owned businesses, address high property taxes and direct public safety to support local businesses.
Safety & Security
As a State Senator, Nathalia will advocate for polices and initiatives to create a safe and secure New York. She will advocate to ensure that police are capable of effectively doing their jobs, prioritize violence intervention programs and combat sexual harassment.
Nathalia is committed to ensuring that communities have the necessary support to thrive and support their residents. She will work to increase technology resources, support early and higher education, provide multilingual resources and expand mental health services.
As a result of redistricting, New York will have two primary elections this year. The first election, which was on June 28th, included the races for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, comptroller, state assembly, and the U.S. Senate.
The second primary election, which will be on August 23rd includes congressional and state senate candidates.
Mon, August 8, 2022: Absentee ballot request deadline (online)
Sat, August 13, 2022 - Sun, August 21, 2022: Early Voting
Tue, August 23, 2022: Primary Election Day