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Justin Endorsement Release Final PDF

Justin Endorsement Release Final PDF

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 For Release:
June 6, 2012
Please contact:
No Bad Apples PAC 
Brendan Kelly 518.618.2465brendan@nobadapplespac.org 
 Justin Wagner for State Senate
Stephen Napier 518.892.3854steve@justinwagner2012.com 
Sen. Liz Krueger 
Andrew Goldston 917.720.7895andrew@nobadapplespac.org 
No Bad Apples PAC’s First Endorsement is Justin Wagner
Liz Krueger Backs Hudson Valley Attorney, Good-Government Activist in Battleground District 
Albany, NY
Earlier this morning,
Senator Liz Krueger’s No Bad Apples PAC
Justin Wagner
itsfirst endorsement of the 2012 general election cycle. Wagner, an attorney and community activist fromCroton-on-Hudson, is challenging incumbent Senator Greg Ball (R-Pawling) in the 40
Senate District.
“Justin Wagner is exactly the kind of candidate I set out to support when I decided to form the No Bad
Apples PAC
a successfu
l young professional who is an active and engaged member of his community,”
Sen. Krueger
. “Justin is committed to bringing good
government reforms to Albany, and I’m proudto endorse him. I’m confident that when Justin joins me as a colleague in the S
enate, he will work withdedication and seriousness to give the people of the 40
Senate district the representation they
“I got into this campaign with the mission of restoring integrity to Albany, so it is with great pride that I
accept this endorsement as proof positive of my commitment to real reform in Albany
includingcampaign finance reform, ethics reform, redistricting reform, franked-mail reform, and opening up the
legislative process to greater levels of transparency,”
Justin Wagner
stated upon receiving theendorsement.As a former chair of the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee, Sen. Krueger oversaw a period whereDemocrats gained
three seats while losing none. “Justin Wagner’s campaign is off to a great
start. In the
many years I’ve spent recruiting candidates and helping win campaigns, I’ve rarely seen a candidate withas clear a commitment to the hard work of earning votes as Justin. It’s only June, and Justin Wagner is
already showing he has what it t
akes to win,” said Sen. Krueger.

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