TOM REED ENDORSED BY O’MARA, PALMESANO AND MOSS IN CHEMUNG COUNTY

Tom Reed’s campaign hosted a Volunteer Thank You event with State Senator Tom O’Mara, State Assemblyman Phil Palmesano, and Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss at the Chemung County Republican Headquarters in Elmira.

“I proudly and enthusiastically endorse Tom Reed for re-election,” said Tom O’Mara. “Tom works hard for us and is always there to answer our call when we need him. He understands how important it is to work across the aisle to solve our problems. We need Tom to continue fighting for us in Washington.”

“Tom Reed is one of the most accessible representatives in the U.S. Congress,” said Phil Palmesano“He is a dedicated, responsive and tireless advocate. Tom is committed to working to help improve the quality of life of the residents of the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes Region and I fully support Tom and his re-election to continue his work on our behalf in Congress.”

“Collaboration and cooperation are critical for the future of our families,” said Chris Moss. “Tom Reed leads the way in Congress by bringing people together to solve problems for people back home. I appreciate his commitment to putting forward common-sense solutions that lower the tax burden for families and businesses of all sizes. I’m proud to support Tom.”

“We are grateful to receive the support of our good friends in Chemung County,” said Tom. “We are fortunate to have a great team working together across all levels of government to address the concerns of the hardworking people who chose to call this community home. It is an honor to receive their support.”

“Our campaign is gaining momentum every day,” said Abbey Daugherty, communications director for Tom Reed’s campaign. “We know from traveling the district and listening to people that our message of accessibility and bipartisan leadership is resonating more than ever. Our opponent is spending her time trying to hide her extreme positions from the voters.”

The endorsements were announced at a gathering and rally that included supporters and grassroots volunteers.