By now you have probably heard about the EEOC findings in the Town of Henrietta, where federal authorities found that there is “reasonable cause” to believe Moore has discriminated, finding “direct evidence of bias” by Supervisor Jack Moore against Town workers. This should not be surprising to us, as two years ago the Supervisor again was recorded using racist and bigoted language and still refused to step down.
This disheartening part of the Jack Moore episode was the fact that he was re-elected to the position he still currently holds. That is why now more than ever, we need your support to make sure every voter in the Town of Henrietta knows they have a choice on Election Day, November 7th, and to send a clear message to our community that Jack Moore does NOT speak for us.
You can start by joining us at the protest organized by MetroJustice outside of Henrietta Town Hall (475 Calkins Rd, Rochester, NY 14623) on this Wednesday, October 4th from 630pm to 730pm. Many members from the Henrietta Democratic Committee will be present and ready to get you mobilized to help talk to every voter in Henrietta so they know, they have the power on Election Day to make their voice heard in Town.
After Wednesday, we hope to hear from you to get involved. You can check out the Henrietta Democratic Committee, and get more information on our candidates Steve Schultz for Supervisor, Rob Barley and Mike Stafford for Henrietta Town Board.
Thank you, let’s get to work.