David Buchwald received another major boost in his campaign to represent the 93rd Assembly District when he received United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's endorsement. Sen. Gillibrand is one of New York's most popular elected officials and a strong and successful champion of the causes she believes in.
"Albany needs independent leaders like David Buchwald who'll fight for what matters to New York families. David has been fighting to make government more transparent and strengthen ethics laws. He's been working hard to bring businesses back to our downtowns and strengthen our economy so that all New Yorkers can find good jobs. David will be the Assemblyman Westchester needs, and I'm proud to support him," said Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand.
"It's an honor to receive Senator Gillibrand's support. She's been a great advocate for all New Yorkers, and I plan to partner with her to find solutions to the important challenges facing communities and families here in the 93rd Assembly District. I particularly look forward to working with her to improve our economy by giving small businesses the resources they need to create jobs, invest in our infrastructure to put New Yorkers back to work, and make Westchester more business friendly. Her decision to get involved in this race is a clear sign of how important it is to elect an Assemblyman who shares our values and who will protect a woman's right to choose and has supported marriage equality," added David Buchwald.
David Buchwald is the Democratic, Independence, and Working Families Party candidate in the 93rd Assembly District, which covers the northeast portion of Westchester County. The 93rd Assembly District covers part of the City of White Plains and all of the towns of Bedford, Harrison, Lewisboro, Mt. Kisco, New Castle, North Castle, North Salem, and Pound Ridge. Buchwald grew up in Westchester and is currently a City Councilman in White Plains. He was previously endorsed by Mayor Ed Koch, prominent pro-choice advocacy organizations, and the AFL-CIO and numerous labor organizations. He is running to create jobs, reduce the burden of local property taxes, and stand up for Westchester's values.