by Amy Tresidder, Candidate NYS Senate 48th District
I would like to thank all of the many people I have met who have shared with me their concerns about state government. As a resident and taxpayer of the New York Senate 48th District, I share those same concerns.
During this campaign, I have been faulted for failing to accept large monetary donations from corporations, lobbying groups and the state Democrat Party. This was my decision and one I stand by.
My intention is not, and never has been, to be beholden to special interests or party politics. I am a firm believer that it is the civic duty of each government official to represent those they were elected to serve.
I have not, and will not, make promises I cannot keep. If elected to serve the residents of the 48th District, I pledge to do my best to communicate and stand up for the best interests of the residents.
Accomplishing change in Albany is a team effort and, if successful, we will go to state capitol together. I pledge to be a strong voice for our “team” because this election is not about me; it’s about us and what we can accomplish together.
I would be honored to have your support on Election Day.