Passed Build Public Renewables Act.
Standing up to the ultra-rich.
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For the first time, New York State will match funds to qualifying candidates, which will be a boost to campaigns like ours that refuse donations from CEO’s, corporations, corporate lobbyists, fossil fuel polluters, real estate developers, and school and healthcare privatizers. We hit our goal of 200 district donations of $5-$250—now let us hit 500 for the next filing!
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Build Public Renewables Act
“The law had been introduced — and failed to pass — the last two consecutive years before finally passing this year. New York state Assembly Member Sarahana Shrestha, elected this past November, was a key force in pushing the legislation through the state assembly.”
The Future Must Be Beautiful
In her first six months as New York State Assemblymember, Sarahana helped to pass the historic Build Public Renewables Act, and stood up against corporate landlords and energy utilities. Re-elect Sarahana to continue building the beautiful future we deserve.
End corporate fossil fuels, lower energy costs, and build 100% renewable energy with a Green New Deal
Guarantee universal healthcare—including mental health, substance, long-term, & reproductive care
Reimagine our housing system to ensure affordable, high quality homes for all, and stop cost of living from skyrocketing
Fully fund public pillars like SUNY, schools, and hospitals to provide the essential services and good jobs the Hudson Valley deserves
Hello, my name is Sarahana Shrestha.
In my first year as Assemblymember, I helped to pass the historic Build Public Renewables Act, stood with New Yorkers to tax the ultra-rich and fund our workers, introduced legislation and held seven town halls to protect my constituents from Central Hudson, and hosted two mass calls to keep my district up to date on the outcome of the State budget and the legislative session.
I’m running for re-election in New York State Assembly District 103 because there is a lot of work left to be done in changing the culture of Albany and fighting for the future Hudson Valley deserves. Our residents know that now is the time to build a government that works for everyone.
After a four-year campaign, New York says yes to publicly owned renewables
The law had been introduced — and failed to pass — the last two consecutive years before finally passing this year. New York state Assembly Member Sarahana Shrestha, elected this past November, was a key force in pushing the legislation through the state assembly.
Shrestha pushes Gov. Hochul to sign bill to end corporate anonymity
“The anonymity of an LLC’s beneficial owners creates a dark hole for corruption, but it also has an increasing implication for a housing market where LLC landlords are buying up properties in droves and driving up prices.”
Assemblywoman Sarahana Shrestha awards grants to groups, organizations and a school district, among others
A round of funding totaling $250,000 from the office of state Assemblywoman Sarahana Shrestha has been awarded to a total of 10 groups, community organizations, a school district and a municipality, among others.
From New York to Texas, climate candidates are gaining momentum in local races
Shrestha and campaign volunteers spent months knocking on doors throughout New York’s District 103, touting her climate, environment, and progressive values And in June, Shrestha, a first-generation Nepali American, beat 13-term incumbent to win the district’s Democratic primary.
At the Doors with Sarahana Shrestha: The Climate Organizer and Democratic Socialist Hopes to Win Big in Rural New York
“I tend to think that the candidates that do well long-term are the ones that put a lot of time campaigning and getting to know their district even when they have confidence they will win.”
How climate activist Sarahana Shrestha pulled off an election upset
A robust ground game was critical to victory in the 103rd Assembly District primary last week. What does it portend for state climate action?