Rochester, NY - Monroe County Republican Chairman Bill Reilich today encouraged all Monroe
County Republicans to get out the vote for tomorrow’s primary.
Republican voters across New York State will take to the polls tomorrow to vote in the Republican primary to designate a U.S Senate candidate to challenge Senator Gillibrand, and to officially designate a congressional candidate for the 27th District. Wendy Long, George Maragos, and Bob Turner are seeking to be the candidate to defeat Senator Gillibrand, while Chris Collins and David Bellavia vie for the opportunity to unseat first-term incumbent, Kathy Hochul.
President Obama and his Congressional Democrats have raised our national debt by over $5 trillion, passing legislation, such as the failed "stimulus" package and the Obamacare monstrosity, that has stifled economic growth and stalled our recovery. It is important for New Yorkers to get out and vote tomorrow to send a message to Washington that we're fed up with increasing debt and government overreach.
“Come November, we are in for an historic election night in Monroe County with County Executive Maggie Brooks being elected to serve in Congress, electing Sean Hanna to the NYS Senate while re-electing State Senators Joe Robach, Mike Nozzolio, George Maziarz, Pat Gallivan, and Mike Ranzenhofer,” said Reilich. “We will also celebrate electing new comers Peterson Vazquez and Bill Nojay to join Mark Johns and myself in the NYS Assembly, and re-elect Cheryl Dinolfo as our County Clerk.”
Polls are open from 12:00 pm to 9 pm, and you can check the Board of Elections website for polling place locations at http://www2.monroecounty.gov/elections-index.php. Please don't forget to exercise your right to vote tomorrow, and have Monroe County Republicans send Washington a message to get our country back on track and headed in the right direction.