Rep. Marjorie Byrnes Announces She Will Not Seek Re-Election

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Endorses Livingston County Clerk Andrea Bailey For The 133rd

Livingston County, NY – At a press conference earlier today, Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes (R-C, Caledonia) announced that she will not seek re-election to the State Assembly. The Assemblywoman also took the opportunity to endorse Livingston County Clerk Andrea Bailey for the 133rd Assembly District, the seat Asm. Byrnes currently holds.

Chairman Jason J. McGuire was pleased to speak at the press conference and offers the following post-conference remarks:

“When Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes first ran for State Assembly she made two campaign promises. The first was that she would serve as a voice for this region. The second was that she would set a self-imposed term limit and serve no more than three terms. Asm. Byrnes is a woman of integrity. She has been the leading voice for the 133rd and is opting not to run for a fourth term, despite the fact that the popular legislator could handily win again. Politicians are not known for keeping campaign promises, but Asm. Marjorie Byrnes is no ordinary politician. Promises kept, Assemblywoman. Thank you for being a friend of mine and a friend to the people of the 133rd. Our party will certainly miss your presence in Albany, but we look with great expectation to Andrea Bailey’s candidacy.”


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