U.S. Senate candidate at SF Community Center

U.S. Senate candidate Wendy Long will be speaking at a “Meet and Greet” breakfast this Saturday, June 16, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Seneca Falls Recreation Center, 35 Water Street, Seneca Falls, NY. Last Friday New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, State Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb and State Assemblymen Bob Oaks and Gary Finch endorsed Wendy Long for U.S. Senate. Citing her “commonsense conservative Republican principles” the State Legislators called on Republicans to vote for Wendy Long in the June 26th GOP Primary. During the course of her career, Long has served on the staff of two U.S. Senators and clerked for both a U.S. Court of Appeals Judge and a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.State Senator Michael Nozzolio said, “Today, I am proud to endorse Wendy Long for United States Senate. Wendy Long’s record of accomplishments make her uniquely qualified for the job and her commonsense conservative Republican principles are what our State and Nation both need in these challenging times.”State Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb said, “Wendy Long understands that if we are to rebuild our economy, we must first rein in wasteful spending so that we can cut deficits and reduce taxes so that small businesses can expand and create jobs. She has the commitment and vision to restore the opportunities New York and America so desperately need.”State Assemblyman Bob Oaks said, “Wendy Long shares our upstate New York values; in the U.S. Senate, she’ll fight to preserve our 2nd Amendment rights and will defend the liberties that are attacked in Washington on a near daily basis. Wendy Long will make a great U.S. Senator and I hope all Republicans will vote for her in the June 26th GOP Primary.”State Assemblyman Gary Finch said, “I wholeheartedly support Wendy Long’s nomination for U.S. Senate and encourage everyone to support her on June 26th. She has the experience, the expertise and the commitment to help change the direction of our State and Nation.”Saturday’s event is free and open to the public.

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