Unbought. Unowned. Unafraid.
My name is Nate McMurray. I am running for Congress in NY’s 27th District, a district which includes cities, towns, and rural communities alike: places like Hamburg, Albion, Warsaw, Geneseo, Lewiston, Canandaigua, Clarence, and Orchard Park.
I’m from Western New York. This is where I was born and raised. It’s where my family lives. My dad built houses across the 27th District until he passed away at just 39. My mom was only 35 but she raised all seven of us on her own. She didn’t quit. She didn’t run. She worked. And she fought.
I was lucky enough to go to law school. I had considerable success traveling the world building businesses. But I never forgot my roots. When an opportunity to come back presented itself, I took it. I even ran for office in the town I lived in—Grand Island. And I worked hard to make that town better though conservation, energy investment, infrastructure improvements, and more.
Now I’m running for Congress.
- Working Families Party
- Women's Equality Party
- Turn 27 Blue (8 County Chairs)
- Erie County Democratic Committee
- Genesee County Democratic Committee
- Livingston County Democratic Committee
- Monroe County Democratic Committee
- Niagara County Democratic Committee
- Ontario County Democratic Committee
- Wyoming County Democratic Committee
- New York State Council of Machinists
- WNY Communication Workers of America
I’m running to fight for families like the one I grew up in—good people, struggling to get by in a system that cares less and less about what matters to them. Western New York needs better roads. We need more jobs. We need better healthcare, and we to make sure that social security (that you earned) is kept safe—forever.
I’ll fight against bad wars that bankrupt our country and sacrifice our youth. I’ll fight against corporate greed that ignores our future for a few more bucks. And I’ll work with anyone is willing to fight for the American people—Democrat, Republican, whoever. No more excuses.
I’m not from the political system. I’m not tied to Washington or to Albany. No one owns me. No one owns you. Here is my promise: If elected in November, you will not regret it. I will be here listening. And I will be in Washington, fighting for you: my friends, my neighbors, my home.