Contact: Simone Kanter
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DAN GOLDMAN, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS IN NY-10, ENDORSED BY DISTRICT COUNCIL 37
New York, NY - Dan Goldman, Democratic nominee for Congress in NY-10, was today endorsed by District Council 37. DC37 is New York City's largest public sector employee union, representing over 150,000 members and 50,000 retirees.
Executive Director of District Council 37 Henry Garrido said, “DC37 is proud to endorse Dan Goldman for Congress in the 10th District. Dan is a committed public servant and has demonstrated a deep understanding and appreciation of the critical work that our members do to keep New York running. We know that Dan will be a productive partner in Congress and deliver on our shared priorities.”
“New York's municipal public employees are the backbone of our city,” Dan Goldman said. “I am proud to receive the endorsement of DC37, whose members show up day after day to make New York the greatest city in the world. I look forward to joining them in the fight to deliver for working families in our community.”
Dan Goldman and his wife, Corinne, live in lower Manhattan where they are raising their five children. In 2019, Dan Goldman served as lead counsel for the impeachment investigation of President Donald J. Trump for abusing his office for his personal interest regarding Ukraine. In that role, Goldman led depositions and questioned witnesses in public hearings, and testified before the House Judiciary Committee.
Prior to that, Goldman served for a decade as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York working with Preet Bharara. In that role, he held powerful actors accountable and made our city safer. He took on some of the office’s biggest and most consequential cases: prosecuting violent criminals and gun trafficking, mafia bosses and Russian organized crime, and landmark insider trading and major corporate fraud cases. In law school, Goldman contributed to Michelle Alexander’s seminal book, The New Jim Crow, which addressed the inequalities in our criminal justice system.