Kevin Smardz endorses New York Assembly candidate David Mariacher
“David Mariacher is running for State Assembly with one interest in mind, and that is the hardworking taxpayers of the 147th Assembly District,” Smardz said. “A devoted family man, small business owner and active member of our Western New York community, David Mariacher represents the fundamental principles we hold as Republicans and taxpayers. I place my full support in his candidacy and encourage voters to do the same at the polls, Sept. 13th.”
Smardz noted that he entered the political arena “because I tired of watching my neighbors leave Western New York due to a lack of opportunity.” He said he saw a need for new candidates on the ballot and added that he strove to make his public service “a forum, not for personal gain, but where I could make a difference in my community,” instead of a career.
The current assemblyman said he wanted to assure the voting public that Mariacher “will fight to ensure New York state government lives within its means, answering only to the taxpayers it is entrusted to serve. By reigning in wasteful government spending, reducing taxes that burden families and drive jobs from our region and eliminating costly state-unfunded mandates, David Mariacher will fight to ensure that there is a future for you and your family, here in Western New York, with the opportunities you deserve.”
The newly-reapportioned 147th Assembly District comprises 10 towns, including Boston, Brant, Colden, Collins, Concord, Eden, Evans, Holland, North Collins and Sardinia.
The primary election will be held Thursday, Sept. 13.