Jordan has been endorsed by the organizations and leaders you trust because he’s fighting for a more equitable, inclusive, and affordable Ward 2:

“Ward 2 residents want a clean break from the pay-to-play corruption of Jack Evans, which makes Jordan Grossman the best choice… He has a strong track record of fighting for working families and using the power of government to make that happen.”

DC's teachers, bus drivers, health care workers, and working families:

“I’m excited that the Washington Teachers’ Union endorsed a candidate who understands the issues that our schools face. I know Jordan will listen to and work with teachers and that he is committed to fighting for all students across our city.” — WTU President Elizabeth Davis

“As frontline healthcare workers, we are proud to endorse [Jordan Grossman] who will fight for a healthy and equitable District of Columbia. The coronavirus pandemic has made clearer than ever that healthcare workers — Black, brown, and white — are absolutely essential. The pandemic has also shown that we must build real healthcare equity in the District. It is critical that we elect representatives who will organize with us to build a DC that works for all the District’s working families.”

“We must elect officials who are not afraid to publicly support labor unions and champion legislation for working men and women that protects and lifts the quality of life for the people who work in the District. [Jordan Grossman is] best equipped to do just that and we look forward to working with [him].”

“We are proud to announce our 2020 DC Council endorsements for the Democratic Primary on June 2nd, including Jordan Grossman. All candidates went through a rigorous questionnaire and interview process including questions about their policies to support working families and promote public transit.”

“SEIU Local 500 is proud to endorse Jordan Grossman for D.C. Council in Ward 2. Jordan is a 5th generation Washingtonian with experience in the Obama Administration, D.C. Medicaid, and the federal judiciary. Jordan is a strong progressive who will bring our shared values to the D.C. Council. Jordan stands with labor and we stand with him.”

“Washington DC is the wage theft capital of the country. Working families need bold action to prevent immoral and unfair practices from decimating the construction industry.” Raul Castro, Lead Organizer for Carpenters Local 197, said “When contractors steal from workers, the whole community suffers. Ward 2 needs Jordan Grossman[.]”

UFCW Local 400 (Grocery & Retail)

32BJ SEIU (Property Services)

“The men and women who are risking their lives to keep us safe during this pandemic, need leaders who will take the necessary steps to best protect their livelihoods and health. Grossman understands that these essential workers who keep our economy running need and deserve essential pay to better support their families.”

“Hospitality workers in the District are facing incredible hardship right now. But that means we need to do more, not less, to elect Councilmembers committed to ending D.C.’s crisis of racial and economic inequality. Our members know that Jordan is the leader we need to do just that.”

“Working people need bold, progressive leaders like Jordan on the DC Council. Now, more than ever, DC residents are relying on policymakers to put their needs first. DC’s extreme inequalities—including high rent, skyrocketing child care costs, and uncertain access to health care—mean that working people need a Council that will work for them.” —NPEU President Kayla Blado

DC's progressive leaders:

“In our interview with Jordan, our team was struck by his genuine passion, depth of experience, and commitment to racial and economic justice and equity. He has a bold vision to tackle DC residents’ most pressing needs, from building much more deeply affordable housing to approaching violence as a public health crisis and standing for strong ethics on the DC Council.”

“Jordan has years of experience improving access to government services and will provide a progressive voice on the DC Council. We were most impressed with [his] comprehensive plans to tackle the affordable housing crisis, fund high quality childcare, and advance community safety.”

“For so long, Ward 2 voters have been missing a strong ethical and progressive voice on the Council. Jordan is our best shot at having that voice. Jordan’s campaign has captivated the progressive movement because of his strong commitments and vision for the city. We are really excited about Jordan’s candidacy and excited about the opportunity to finally have ethical, transparent, and progressive leadership for the Ward 2 Council seat.” — DC for Democracy Chair Jeremiah Lowery

“Before the Council even considered taking action against Jack Evans, Jordan launched a progressive grassroots campaign to put power back in the hands of everyday people because, unlike the incumbent, he’s not for sale. We’re excited to back Jordan because we know he will fight for a government that will work for everyday residents, not just those that can cut big checks.”

“Jordan is a strong progressive … committed to fighting for progressive causes that are of dire concern for our city, including advocating for economic, environmental, and racial equality on the council.”

DC's environmental activists:

“350 DC is excited to endorse Jordan Grossman in the Ward 2 Council race. Jordan will fight for a just transition to sustainable energy by investing in solar energy for low-income households & creating infrastructure for pedestrians, bikes & public transit.”

“We could not be happier that Jordan [is one of] our first ever endorsements. We know [he] will fight for an ambitious and equitable Green New Deal for DC, and we look forward to pushing [him] to victory on June 2nd.”

National progressive leaders:

“Jordan Grossman played a crucial role in helping us save the Affordable Care Act. He will be an incredible leader for DC Ward 2 residents.”

“Jordan will not only fight for our progressive values, he’ll make sure our tax dollars are spent wisely and that DC programs and services truly make an impact on our day-to-day lives. Jordan’s experience and vision make him exactly the type of leader we need to navigate the challenging times ahead.”

“The stakes have never been higher or more clear. COVID-19 has shown us we need new solutions to both old problems and to emerging challenges. [Our endorsed candidates] are [running] grassroots, community-led campaigns. We are at a critical time in history and the momentum these candidates generate will have a lasting impact for years to come.”  — RFS co-founder Ross Morales Rocketto

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