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Livingston County Leaders Lineup Behind Reckling

Today, the campaign team for Meghan Reckling for State Representative released the first in a series of campaign endorsements supporting her candidacy for the 47th House district.

The following prominent Livingston County leaders have endorsed Meghan Reckling for State Representative:

  • Jennifer Nash, Livingston County Treasurer

  • Brian Jonckheere, Livingston County Drain Commissioner

  • Kate Lawrence, Livingston County Commissioner

  • Wes Nakagiri, Livingston County Commissioner

  • Mark Fosdick, Supervisor, Cohoctah Township

  • Sam Theis, Brighton Township Trustee

  • Joseph Riker, Brighton Township Clerk

  • Dan Schifko, Brighton Township Planning Commission

  • Elizabeth Hundley, Small business owner

  • Andy Anuzis, Former Livingston County GOP Chair

  • Penny Murphy, Precinct Delegate, and wife of Sheriff Mike Murphy

Livingston County Commissioner, Wes Nakagiri, voiced his support for Reckling with the following statement:

Meghan Reckling checks all of the boxes. She an articulate leader, delivering our conservative message in a compelling and convincing manner. She is principled and fights for our values. She is a hands-on activist who has grown our party in both membership and fundraising. And possessing the energy of youth, she is committed to work hard for us for generations to come. I am honored to endorse Meghan Reckling for State Representative”.

“From raising over $16,000 in the first 72 hours after we launched our campaign to the endorsements from these well-respected leaders in our county, I am truly humbled by the outpouring of support from our community. I am looking forward to working – and working hard – for the folks in Livingston County as their next state representative.” Reckling said.

Reckling is a candidate for the 47th State House district which is currently held by State Rep. Hank Vaupel. Due to term limits, Rep. Vaupel is ineligible to seek reelection. The primary will be held on August 4, 2020.

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