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Westchester Assemblywoman Sandy Galef Endorses David Buchwald for Congress

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OSSINING, NY – New York State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef (D-Ossining) announced her endorsement of Assemblyman David Buchwald (D-White Plains) in his run for Congress for New York’s 17th Congressional District to succeed U.S. Representative Nita Lowey.

A longtime public servant, Galef represents a large swath of NY-17, including the Towns of Cortlandt and Ossining; Villages of Briarcliff Manor, Buchanan, and Croton-on-Hudson; along with the City of Peekskill. With less than a month until the June 23rd Democratic Primary, and with voters already starting to vote by mail, Galef’s endorsement shows Buchwald is the preferred choice in Westchester County.

“With our country and state facing serious challenges in the coming months and years ahead, we need substantive policymakers like David Buchwald now more than ever in Washington,” said Galef. “I know we can count on David because I’ve worked with him in the New York State Assembly on critical issues facing New Yorkers. He’s an experienced problem-solver and a Democrat who gets things done. I am proud to endorse his campaign for Congress because this is no time for a candidate who need on-the-job training — this is the time for a proven leader like David Buchwald to pick up where Congresswoman Nita Lowey left off and deliver for the Lower Hudson Valley.”

“As voters are casting absentee ballots and making a decision about who is best to represent them in Congress, I am proud to have such an important Westchester voice as Assemblywoman Galef as part of this campaign’s broad coalition of support,” said Buchwald. “She is a strong advocate for her constituents and a thoughtful lawmaker, who I have had the honor of working together with for years. Together, we’ll win this race and ensure
that everyone’s voice in Washington is heard.”

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