Conservative Party Announces 2019 Endorsements

Livingston County, NY – On February 16, 2019, at the American Hotel in Lima, the Livingston County Conservative Party interviewed candidates seeking the Party’s endorsement in this year’s election. Following the meeting, Jason J. McGuire, Chairman of the Livingston County Conservative Party, issued the following comments regarding the party’s designations:

“Livingston County’s two county judicial seats were the marquis event of the evening. After two hours of interviews and vigorous discussion, the Conservative Party coalesced around Jennifer Noto and Kevin Van Allen. Mrs. Noto’s lengthy and varied legal experience, as well as her temperament, will suit her well as a County Judge. Mr. Van Allen also came clearly prepared for the interview. His comfort and expertise discussing complicated legal matters affecting the family and parental rights were noted by Conservative Party members.”

“In Conesus, the Conservative Party was impressed with Robert Delena’s previous performance when he carried Conservative endorsement in 2017. That year, Mr. Delena came just short of ousting the incumbent. Frankly, the state of affairs in Conesus at the present moment will require a new perspective and the ability to bring people together in a collaborative manner. Mr. Delena’s professional experience demonstrates the ability to succeed at this task. We’re confident that Mr. Delena will serve well as the town’s next supervisor.”

“Also, in Conesus, Conservatives are designating Timothy Beardslee and Gary Sparks for Town Council.”

“In North Dansville, David Werth, a registered Conservative, received the Party’s nomination for Town Justice. Judge Werth’s experience in the role as well as his focus on integrity and accountability were welcomed by members of the Party.”

“In Nunda, the Party is standing with the incumbent Supervisor Merilee Walker. Mrs. Walker is seeking a third term in that seat. She has an affable personality and problem-solving skills that have served the people of her town and Livingston County well.”

Finally, in West Sparta, Kreag Cotter, secured the Conservative line in his quest to continue service on the Town Council.”