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Barclay Says Thank You for the Support

To the Editor:
I am writing to thank the voters of the 120th Assembly District for your support on Election Day. I am humbled and honored by the support I received. It has been a privilege to represent our region in the State Assembly and I am honored to have the opportunity to serve another term.

I look forward to representing more of Oswego County, continuing to represent Lysander in Onondaga County, and welcoming Ellisburg in Jefferson County to the district.

I plan to continue the strong tradition of constituent service from my district office.

In Albany, I will work to further reduce taxes, craft legislation that further helps protect our communities from crime, and help create a stronger economy. I will continue to be a voice for small businesses and our manufacturers.

Since being elected, I’m proud of the many accomplishments but strive to build on these accomplishments as I work with lawmakers in the legislature to strengthen our region going forward.

I would also like to thank the many volunteers and committee members who assisted my reelection. Without their dedication and support, I could have not been successful. Thank you again for your vote on Election Day.

Sincerely,
Will Barclay
Member of the Assembly

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