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Tuesday, October 13, 2015
ENP STAFF REPORTS
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RAPIDS -- Niagara County Conservative Party Chairman Daniel Weiss was unanimously re-elected as Conservative Party chief at a heavily-attended organizational meeting at Rapids Fire Hall.

With nearly 100 committee members from across Niagara County in attendance at the Oct. 6 event, a ticket headed by Weiss and Vice Chairman Bill Ross — the New York State Conservative Party’s highest elected official in Western New York — was supported without opposition.

“We’ve worked hard these past few years to present a credible message about limited government, individual liberty and commitment to Constitutional principles,” Weiss said after the election. “Niagara County’s Conservative Party continues to be the strongest voice locally demanding government adhere to those values.”

Weiss said the vote by a unified party leaves him energized a month before November’s elections.

“We are, as a party, backing a great slate of candidates that are committed to the Conservative message of small government and respect for individual rights,” Weiss said. “We expect Conservative-supported candidates will have a great election night this year. We’re certainly going to work hard to make sure that happens.”

Weiss and Ross jointly thanked committee members for their support, with Ross saying, “We’re gratified that our fellow Conservatives continue to place their confidence in us, and we’ll make sure we continue to earn it.”



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