Oswego Mayor Barlow Endorses Barclay for State Assembly

OSWEGO – City of Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow announced his endorsement of Will Barclay for the New York State Assembly.

First elected to the Assembly in 2002, Barclay represents the 120th Assembly District comprised of most of Oswego County and the town Lysander in Onondaga County and Ellisburg in Jefferson County.

Billy Barlow and Will Barclay
Billy Barlow and Will Barclay

The city of Oswego is the largest municipality in Oswego County and the 120th Assembly District.

“I am thrilled to endorse and fully support Assemblyman Will Barclay for re-election to the New York State Assembly. From securing funds to restore the iconic Oswego Lighthouse to successfully advocating to keep our nuclear power plants open, Assemblyman Barclay has always been at the forefront fighting for the city of Oswego,” Barlow said. “Having the pleasure of personally and professionally working with the Assemblyman I can attest to his honesty, sincerity, work ethic and commitment to our community. He is a performance based leader who tirelessly represents us in Albany and is truly a partner in State government we can always count on.”

Assemblyman Barclay thanked Mayor Barlow for his support and said, “I am thrilled to have the mayor’s endorsement. Mayor Barlow has led the city in a new direction and helped foster a new, positive energy in Oswego that is making a difference. His quality of life initiatives and ability to harness private investors is helping to revitalize the Port City. I’m glad to be able to work with him and advocate for our area and I hope to continue to do so in the Assembly again.”

Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, and polls will be open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m.

Barclay will appear on the Republican, Conservative, Independence and Reform ballot lines.