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Friends of Patricia Fahy | PO Box 8282, Albany, NY 12208 | 518-495-1324www.patriciafahy.com| twitter: @pfahy109| facebook: www.facebook.com/PatriciaFahy109
 
For Immediate Release: For More Information Contact:
 August 16, 2012 Brad Maione:
FAHY DEMONSTRATES BROAD BASE OFSUPPORT IN 109
th
DISTRICT PRIMARY CAMPAIGN
Elected Officials Offer Support, Cite Experience and History of Collaboration
New York State Assembly candidate Patricia Fahy today held a news conference to highlight the support from electedofficials that she has received from all areas of the 109
th
Assembly District. Fahy, who has two decades of experience inall levels of government,
said today’s show of support, including that of nine of the 15 members of the Albany Common
Council, shows that her candidacy resonates with local leaders.Fahy was joined at the news conference by numerous elected officials, including Albany City Treasurer Kathy Sheehan,New Scotland Town Supervisor Tom Dolin, Guilderland Town Board member Alan Maikels, County Legislator MikeMackey and Common Council member Ron Bailey. Each cited
Fahy’s ties to the community, her ability to build coalitions
to bring the community together and her experience in Albany and Washington D.C., as a member of the Clintonadministration. In addition to the elected officials on hand, Fahy has been endorsed by the Working Families Party, theNY League of Conservation Voters and Citizens Action.
“The support I have received from across the district is truly gratifying,” Fahy said. “I believe it points to the work I hav
edone to focus on the job ahead in the State Legislature. We need to reform how we fund our schools in order to reducethe burden of property taxes on residents, we need to support initiatives that would create jobs and we need to work to
protect the environment.”
 
“Albany is a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family,” Fahy continued. “
Our investments in SUNY andpartnerships with cutting edge innovators in technology have helped make the Capitol Region a leader in creating tech jobs. We must continue to build on that progress while focusing on helping small businesses and entrepreneurs bring
their products to market.”
 "Pat is my number one
choice for the new 109th Assembly district's seat,” said Jim Gaughan, the mayor
of Altamont.
“She understands that we are al
l one -- urban, suburban, and rural --- and clearly has demonstrated to me that she willwork to level the playing field so all her constituents are served."
“Pat is the only candidate who truly understands the intense pressure on families to balance wo
rk, child and dependentcare, and the ever-increasing cost of living
,” said Albany Common Councilwoman
Catherine Fahey.
That, coupled withher incredible work ethic and
experience make her the ideal choice in the 109th District race.”
 
“Pat Fahy is clear
ly the most qualified candidate for Assembly, but what impresses me most is that she does not viewthe office as a mere stepping stone
,” said County Legislator Michael Mackey, whox represents the 38
th
 
District. “
Rather,as Jack McEneny has done so well for 20 years, Pat is committed to being an advocate for her constituents, not forherself.
It will be a pleasure and an honor to be represented by a person of her quality and I am proud to support her.”
 

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