As a mother, community activist, city school teacher, Mary Lupien will continue to fight for the protection of renters’ rights, police accountability, the expansion of public transportation and creating a more green and sustainable future as your Councilwoman for the East District.
“Mary’s dedication to her community, through her work with the Citywide Tenant Union, and as a bilingual city school teacher, is emblematic of our ideals and of the greater fight against inequality in our communities,” said Jesse Lenney, State Committee Member for Working Families Party in regards to Mary receiving their endorsement. Mary was also endorsed by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East Labor Union.
Mary is fighting for a thriving, livable city where all residents have stable, quality and affordable homes, police accountable by the communities they serve, and where walkable, bikeable streets and fantastic public transportation connects us to our work, schools, and families while creating a more sustainable future. Additionally, Mary aims to earn the trust of the community, partners, and fellow activists to carry forward the shared vision of a better Rochester for All.
Mary is a board member of the Beechwood Coalition, and a volunteer with the City Roots Land Trust and City-Wide Tenant Union, which aims to prevent displacement of neighbors due to the effects of Gentrification by creating opportunities for stable, affordable housing. In addition, Mary is the organizer with Mothers Out Front, a group mobilizing to preserve a livable climate for our children.