State Senator Kevin Parker Endorses Senator Kamala Harris for President

(Brooklyn, New York) - The 2020 Presidential Election is poised as one of the most crucial of our time. Constituents across the United States of America are eager to elect someone who will bring our nation together and reverse the policies of our current administration. After numerous debates and forums among the Democratic Presidential Candidates, Brooklyn-based State Senator Kevin Parker has officially endorsed U.S. Senator Kamala Harris. Among his wide range of agenda issues, Senator Parker has a history of advocating for legislation that will provide opportunities for working class families, support Minority & Women Business Enterprises (MWBE’s), protect immigrant families and combat climate change. 

When asked why he supports Senator Harris over the other nominees Senator Parker replied: "Kamala Harris is a tireless fighter for working families - and that’s why she has my endorsement for President. I am confident Senator Harris will push a progressive agenda and continue to defend our American values.” 

Senator Harris is a driven leader who has broken many glass ceilings throughout the course of her career. She is the second African American woman in history to be elected to the U.S. Senate, and the first African American and first woman to serve as Attorney General of the State of California. A victory in the Presidential election will earn her a place in history as the first African-American female President of the United States of America. 


About Senator Kevin Parker:

Senator Kevin Parker represents Brooklyn’s ethnically diverse 21st Senate District comprised of sections of Flatbush, East Flatbush, Midwood, Ditmas Park, Kensington, Windsor Terrace, and Park Slope.  A lifelong Brooklyn resident, Senator Parker has the honor of serving his community as the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy and Telecommunications, and on the Senate Standing Committees on Finance; Rules; Alcoholism & Substance Abuse; Insurance; and Banks.


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