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Stec garners another state police endorsement
November 2, 2012 - Chris Morris
Assembly candidate Dan Stec picked up an endorsement from the Adirondack Chapter of the Association of Former New York State Troopers today.
Here's the release from the Stec campaign:
Dan Stec (R,C,I-Queensbury) candidate for the 114th Assembly District, has the experience necessary to institute the positive economic efforts needed to improve New York’s stifling business climate. He has earned himself another endorsement for his understanding of how to create jobs and get New York’s economy back on track from the Association of Former New York State Troopers - Adirondack Chapter. Dan Stec is the only candidate with a proven record of saving jobs and lowering taxes.
“His experience as Queensbury Town Supervisor for nine years and Chairman of the Warren County Board of Supervisors for the last two insures that he will be walking in the Assembly fully prepared,” said NYSP-Zone Sergeant (retired) and Chapter President John D. Odell.
“I am honored to have the endorsement of the Association of Former New York State Troopers - Adirondack Chapter, a proud organization of retired troopers who have served and protected our community and kept our families safe,” said Stec. “I look forward to using my experience as a town supervisor and chairman of the county board of supervisors as a representative for the 114th Assembly District. Tough decisions need to be made to improve our State’s fiscal climate and get people back to work, I have vowed to fight for our small businesses and relieve the burden on local taxpayers.”
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