Republican New York State gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro appeared to strike the right tone with many of the roughly 150 people who came out to hear his platform Tuesday at Veterans of Foreign Wars Leonard Post No. 6251 on Walden Avenue in Cheektowaga.
Those in attendance came not only from Erie County and Niagara Falls – but as far away as Rochester – to question the youngest man elected Dutchess County county executive on issues ranging from job creation and gun rights to Medicaid and sanctuary cities.
Molinaro is seeking to succeed two-term Democratic Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and, as Molinaro put it, put New York back to work, by making it more affordable to do business in the state.
The Buffalo News