Canandaigua—New York State Senate Candidate Pam Helming today announced an endorsement from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW Local 840) for her commitment to protecting and strengthening workers’ rights and supporting the working class people of this region.

“I thank the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 840, for their ongoing dedication and hard work to fostering a better workplace for both men and women within the electrical industry of Upstate New York.  It is an honor to have their support as I continue my campaign for the 54th Senate District.  As Senator, I look forward to being their voice and advocate in Albany as we work to provide the tools necessary to continue their hard work in this region,” Helming said.

“It is with great pride that the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers support Pam Helming for the 54th Senate District in New York State.  Pam has shown her commitment to working class people of our region and her dedication will be an asset for the working class of the Finger Lakes for years to come,” said Michael L. Davis, President of Finger Lakes Building Trades Association.

“As Senator I am committed to making our region a better place for all families to live and work.  I will fight to repair our aging infrastructure, grow jobs and the economy and create ample opportunities so that everyone has the chance to succeed,” concluded Helming.

Helming is the endorsed Republican, Conservative and Independence  Party candidate for the 54th district state Senate seat.