Kendall Republicans announce endorsements for town offices
KENDALL – The Town of Kendall Republican Committee has announced its slate of candidates for town offices for this November’s election.
The committee backed all of the incumbents up for election except Town Clerk Amy Richardson. She has the Conservative Party endorsement. Richardson didn’t pursue the Republican endorsement and the committee decided to endorse Janet Bolton, committee member John Becker said.
The other endorsements include:
• Tony Cammarata for Town Supervisor
• Warren Kruger for Town Highway Superintendent
• Bruce Newell and Wayne Martin Jr. for Town Council
• Debra Drennan for Town Justice
Bolton is a first-time candidate. She is retired after more than 20 years at BOCES (WEMOCO).
“Janet will bring a high level of professionalism, efficiency and customer service to the Town Clerk’s Office, as well as being a Notary Public,” the Republican Committee said in an announcement. “The focus of the Kendall Republican Committee is as always to support candidates who provide a high level of value and service for the taxpayer’s dollars.”