Congresswoman Claudia Tenney will appear on three ballot lines in the November election for the 22nd Congressional District seat, and state Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi will appear on four lines, the two candidates announced this week.
Tenney, who was elected to the 22nd Congressional District seat in 2016, is seeking re-election this fall. She will appear on the Republican, Conservative and Reform party lines after being officially endorsed by the three parties.
"Thanks to the tireless efforts of our dedicated volunteers and supporters across the Mohawk Valley and Southern Tier, our campaign has earned the support of the Republican, Conservative and Reform parties in the 22nd district," Tenney said in a news release. "I am honored to receive the endorsements and official backings of three parties that all share in a strong commitment to advocating for common sense principles that put taxpayers first and create critical ethics reform in our government."
Brindisi, who has served in the 119th Assembly District seat since 2011, will appear on the Democratic, Independence, Working Families and Women’s Equality party lines in the Congressional election. According to Brindisi’s campaign, he is the only non-incumbent Democrat in New York state who will appear in the Independence Party Line.
“I’m pleased and humbled of the support I’ve received across party lines," Brindisi said in a news release. "I’m running for Congress to be an Independent voice in Washington and deliver results for upstate families, not the special interests. It’s clear we are building real momentum as we move forward in this campaign."
Elections for the U.S. House of Representatives will be on Nov. 6, 2018 in New York State.
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