Robbie Warach receives re-election endorsement from Run For Something PAC!
While I decided back in May that I would seek re-election, I also decided I would wait until
the filing period to make any official announcements because I had a lot of personal life events going on, like getting married and travelling for our honeymoon. That said, I did get the ball rolling on updating my platform, website and social media accounts back in July. At that time, I applied for endorsement for re-election from Run For Something. They recruit young, diverse progressives to run for office, and then provide support the whole the way! You may remember they endorsed my first campaign for City Council as well. Check out the article from Run For Something regarding the July endorsement class, and checkout the candidate profile they created on my behalf. I've included both bodies of text in this blog post for easy reading, and also linked below!
Run For Something on Medium: Meet our July 2023 Endorsement Class
Run for Something (RFS) is proud to announce our July endorsement class, the latest cohort of changemakers ready to meet this pivotal moment in our nation’s history. This month’s 57 endorsees bring us closer to our 2023 goal of endorsing 650 young, diverse, progressive candidates nationwide before the end of the year.
“We are proud to throw our support behind each of these progressive leaders running for local and state office. Today’s endorsements are a milestone in Run for Something’s support for candidates, which often begins long before a candidate has even filed to run,’’ shared RFS co-founder and co-executive director, Amanda Litman. “Our support for our candidates from pre-filing all the way through Election Day is what makes Run for Something such a valuable resource to our candidates and alumni. That is how we build long-term, sustainable progressive power.”
Learn more about this endorsement class below!
Candidate Profile: Robbie Warach
City Council, Ward 2, Dover, NH
Robbie Warach (formerly Hinkel) is an IT professional who brings his passion for defending democracy and upholding the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice to his role as City Council representative for Ward 2 in Dover, New Hampshire. With an unwavering commitment to public service, Robbie is seeking re-election for a second term.
Throughout his tenure on the Council, Robbie has been a staunch advocate for public education funding, recognizing the importance of providing quality education to the city's youth. He has actively worked towards creating an inclusive city that embraces all residents, ensuring that voices from all backgrounds are heard and represented.
Robbie's dedication to fighting hatred and promoting equal rights is evident in his work. He successfully passed a resolution denouncing hatred and antisemitism, taking a stand against extremist groups that targeted local minority-owned businesses. Additionally, he co-sponsored a resolution to uphold the First Amendment, firmly opposing any attempts to ban books for partisan, political, or ideological reasons. This demonstration of support for LGBTQ+ and racial themes in literature is a testament to his commitment to inclusion.
In recognition of the growing need for attainable housing, Robbie has advocated for increased housing stock in the city. He understands the importance of creating affordable options for all residents, ensuring that Dover remains an accessible and desirable place to live. Furthermore, he has championed policies that promote the city's resiliency, actively supporting the implementation of Community Power and increasing renewable energy options.
Robbie's passion for public service and his tireless efforts to create a more inclusive and sustainable city make him the ideal candidate for a second term on the City Council. With his wealth of experience and unwavering commitment to the community, Robbie looks forward to continuing his positive impact on Ward 2 and Dover as a whole.
If you'd like to support my campaign for re-election, would you consider making a donation today to help me buy palm cards, postcards, and other supplies to get my message to voters? If so, visit ActBlue to donate today!