Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Canandaigua) has received the endorsement of several statewide and regional advocacy organizations that share his commitment to creating jobs, reducing taxes, enhancing public safety, and improving the quality of life in communities across New York. Leader Kolb has recently received endorsements from:
- National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)
- Unshackle Upstate
- Business Council of New York State Political Action Committee
- Rochester Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee
- New York State United Teachers
- New York State AFL-CIO
- Police Conference of New York
- Police Benevolent Association of New York State (PBA of NYS)
- #bFair2DirectCare Coalition
- National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund
“I am truly honored to receive the support and confidence of these important organizations. Each day they work to improve the well-being of New Yorkers. I am incredibly grateful for their votes of confidence,” Leader Kolb said. “I will continue to fight for legislation that advances our mutual goals of creating a vibrant economic climate, improving our educational system, ensuring caregivers are treated fairly, and bolstering public safety in New York.”
Earlier this year, Leader Kolb was recognized with NFIB’s “Guardian Award,” the organization’s highest honor. He received the highest score of any legislative leader on Unshackle Upstate’s legislative scorecard. He was also an inductee into the Farm Bureau’s Circle of Friends.
Unshackle Upstate, NFIB, the Business Council of New York State, Inc. and the Rochester Chamber of Commerce are instrumental advocacy organizations that understand the importance of creating a business-friendly environment to benefit all New Yorkers. The Police Conference of New York and PBA of NYS represent thousands of courageous law enforcement officials across the state. The #bFair2DirectCare Coalition advocates on behalf of professional caregivers who serve the developmentally disabled community.
Leader Kolb is running unopposed in the 131st Assembly District, which represents Ontario County and parts of Seneca County. He was first elected to the State Assembly in 2000, and has served as Leader of the Assembly Minority Conference since 2009.