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Assemblywoman Tenney tours new district for campaign

CEDARVILLE, N.Y. (WKTV) - Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney toured Fermer Precision in Cedarville Friday, part of what could be her new election district.

The manufacturing company lies within the newly formed 101st Assembly District which Tenney is hoping to represent next year.

After a tour of the plant, the Assemblywoman spoke with management and employees about parts they're making and their continual growth.

She says New York is fighting to keep manufactures like Fermer Precision in the state.

"We saw a couple of parts being done for a NASCAR organization so we have some major league work being done by some wonderful employees," said Tenney.

The Assemblywoman said she's driven by the plant which makes specialized parts for vehicles and planes plenty of times but had never visited. She looks forward to touring more private sector businesses in what she hopes will be her new district.

"I've been driving across this area for many years coming through Cedarville, Lychfield so it's fun to get to know all these new people and it's like these little gems that you're finding as you drive along...right here inside what looks like rural area," said Tenney.

Tenney will be running against Brian Maher in September's Primary and then would face Democrat Dan Carter in the General Election. CEDARVILLE, N.Y. (WKTV) - Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney toured Fermer Precision in Cedarville Friday, part of what could be her new election district.

The manufacturing company lies within the newly formed 101st Assembly District which Tenney is hoping to represent next year.

After a tour of the plant, the Assemblywoman spoke with management and employees about parts they're making and their continual growth.

She says New York is fighting to keep manufactures like Fermer Precision in the state.

"We saw a couple of parts being done for a NASCAR organization so we have some major league work being done by some wonderful employees," said Tenney.

The Assemblywoman said she's driven by the plant which makes specialized parts for vehicles and planes plenty of times but had never visited. She looks forward to touring more private sector businesses in what she hopes will be her new district.

"I've been driving across this area for many years coming through Cedarville, Lychfield so it's fun to get to know all these new people and it's like these little gems that you're finding as you drive along...right here inside what looks like rural area," said Tenney.

Tenney will be running against Brian Maher in September's Primary and then would face Democrat Dan Carter in the General Election.

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