• Monroe Democrats Name New Political Director

    I am excited to announce a new member of our staff here at the Monroe County Democratic Committee (MCDC), Amorette Miller, who comes to us with extensive organizing and labor experience and who will serve as our Political Director.  She’s worked on numerous local campaigns as well as negotiated fair labor contracts on behalf of the City of Rochester. I know Amorette to be a person of great integrity and character with a penchant for community networking.

    Miller last served as the City of Rochester’s Manager of Labor Relations. She’s a Rochester native, but she started her political career in New York City as a Political Action Organizer for the Transport Workers Union Local 100, AFL-CIO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). Upon her return to Rochester she served as the Chief of Staff of the Rochester and Genesee Valley Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO.

    As the Political Director, Miller will coordinate campaign efforts for designated democratic candidates. Miller is a graduate of SUNY Brockport with her Master’s in Public Administration and she is a resident of Monroe County.

    Many of our local leaders are recognizing Amorette for taking on this opportunity.

    “I am so very pleased to learn that Amorette Miller will bring her vast organizing skills and experience to help Democrats win elections here in the Rochester area,” said Mayor Lovely A. Warren.  “I look forward to working with Amorette and congratulate her in this new role.”

    “We’re happy that the Monroe County Democratic Committee has appointed Amorette Miller to serve as their Political Director. She is extremely confident and capable with deep ties to the community. Her personal connection to key leaders throughout the county will serve the committee well,” said Dan Maloney, President of Rochester and Genesee Valley Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO.

    I hope you will join me in welcoming Amorette to Team MCDC today. You can contact her directly at amorette@monroedemocrats.com.

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