Lopez wins sixth term with­out op­po­si­tion

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - LOCAL NEWS - Free­man staff

State As­sem­bly­man Peter Lopez coasted to a sixth two-year term in his un­con­tested bid for re-elec­tion in New York’s 102nd As­sem­bly Dis­trict.

Lopez re­ceived 41,609 votes.

Lopez, R-Schoharie, has said the fail­ure to en­act ethics re­form “is a dis­grace to ev­ery cit­i­zen” of New York, and he has listed his other pri­or­i­ties as tax re­lief for work­ers, sup­port for small farms and busi­nesses, cre­at­ing jobs, se­cur­ing en­ergy in­de­pen­dence, end­ing un­funded man­dates and pro­mot­ing qual­ity pub­lic ed­u­ca­tion.

Lopez first was elected to the As­sem­bly in 2006.

The 102nd As­sem­bly Dis­trict in­cludes all of Greene and Schoharie coun­ties; parts of Ot­sego, Delaware and Al­bany coun­ties; and the towns of Sauger­ties in Ul­ster County and Stock­port and Stuyvesant in Columbia County.


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