ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Civil Service Employees Association says members have re-elected President Danny Donohue to a seventh term.
The union represents thousands of state workers and other public employees.
Donohue, from Long Island, first became president in 1994. The term is four years.
He says times are challenging with working people continuing to be squeezed by what he calls “manipulation of our economy to benefit the greedy few.”
Donohue says the priority is a stronger union that can push back.
Also re-elected were CSEA Executive Vice President Mary Sullivan and Statewide Secretary Denise Berkley.
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