Sue Serino refuses to protect a woman’s right to make her own reproductive health decisions and wants to roll back the clock on women’s rights. Roe vs Wade is at risk of being overturned by the Supreme Court, yet, she is anti-choice and has blocked the Reproductive Health Act and the Comprehensive Contraceptive Coverage Act in the State Senate.
Sue Serino voted against a bill that would identify when children are at risk of lead poisoning, despite a national study that showed children in Poughkeepsie had over five times the national average of lead in their blood.
Sue Serino received an abysmal failing grade of 38% on environmental issues from the New York League of Conservation Voters. She refuses to protect the Hudson Valley’s natural resources that benefit our local economy and attract families to live and raise their families here.
Sue Serino has voted against legislation that would protect our children’s health, including bills to reduce harmful emissions and require disclosures on hazardous chemicals in our children’s toys.
Despite Albany being riddled with corrupt politicians, Sue Serino has voted against ethics legislation to limit outside income for State Senators, like herself, and reform our campaign finance system.
Sue Serino voted to keep guns in the hands of convicted domestic abusers. She has received an A rating and contributions from the NRA because she opposes a ban on dangerous assault weapons and background checks on gun purchases.
Sue Serino does not support the New York Health Act, which would provide affordable, comprehensive healthcare to all New Yorkers and save taxpayers’ money. A recent study by the Rand Corporation stated that this legislation would make sure every New Yorker gets the health care and coverage they need, while saving billions of dollars a year by cutting administrative costs, insurance company profit and slashing inflated drug prices.
Sue Serino puts her self-interest above the needs of hard-working Hudson Valley families. Sue co-sponsored a bill to roll back state regulations on title insurance companies, an industry that gave her husband $5,000 to $20,000 in earnings in 2016. In return, she has received campaign contributions from the title insurance industry.
Sue Serino stands with child abusers and refuses to vote on the Child Victims Act, which would extend the time for survivors to file civil lawsuits against their alleged abusers.
Rather than supporting Hudson Valley public schools and children, Sue Serino voted to send an additional $54 million in taxpayer dollars to New York City Charter Schools.