"Our Persistent and Effective Advocate"
Helping people never gets old. That's why
I have worked so hard to produce results
as a county legislator. I'd like to do more
and would appreciate your support with
my 2019 re-election campaign.
Every incumbent should have to answer this straightforward question, “What real difference did you make?”
- voted successfully to cut the county tax rate each year in office
- sponsored grants to help the
Guilderland Food Pantry, town seniors,
the ambulance service,
Y summer camp, Babe Ruth league and the Guilderland Chamber ---- delivering on his
campaign promise to get Guilderland more of its fair share of county money
- co-authored sweeping
modernization bill with a majority party member;
bipartisan cooperation to make county government more “citizen friendly” and cut
the use of paper dramatically
- passed legislation to improve veterans’ benefits and supported more outreach to vets
- approved a $73-million renovation of the county nursing home, to be financed by the state
- passed a law to protect animals placed in danger
- been named Personnel Committee Chair, the first minority party member ever in that post
- perfect attendance for all 40 legislature meetings
Mark also co-founded the small business caucus in the legislature to
fight anti-business legislation in
Albany County and to make everyone more aware of the challenges small businesses face each day.
Mark received no special interest money in his last campaign.
He relied on grass roots support to fund his efforts. Please write a check today to:
Citizens for Mark Grimm
7 Remmington Road
Schenectady, NY 12303
Political contributions are not tax dedudctible for charitable purposes.
More About Mark...
Mark Grimm was elected with 65% of the vote in November 2015 to represent the Carman Road/Western Avenue area of Guilderland (District 29). View map of district.. Mark hit the ground running in his first term in the Albany County Legislature. In his first six months, he visited every county department in order to be as well informed as possible and give county employees a chance to ask him questions.
Find Mark's full bio here.
If you would like to volunteer or have a question or concern, never hesitate to contact Mark.
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