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I've been out this last week knocking on Independent's doors and intoducing myself. I was nice to this with Executive Debbie Preston on Tuesday evening.
I was also able to get several campaign signs posted. If you would like to post one in your yard, please contact
I am happy to announce that I have been endorsed by the Conservative and Independent parties and that I will appear on both of their lines, along with the Republican ticket on the ballot on Nov. 6th.
It was nice to meet people while on my petition drive last evening.
If you would like to discuss anything about this campaign, please contact
Scott Baker Announces Run for Broome County Legislator District 2
Scott Baker announced today that he will run for Broome County Legislature this Fall in the new 2nd Legislative District.
The new 2nd District will include the Towns of Windsor and Sanford and most of the Town of Kirkwood.
Parts of the District are currently represented by Republican Legislator Marchie Diffendorf and by Democrat Legislator Steve Herz. Legislator Diffendorf does not plan to run for re-election.
A resident of West Windsor, Scott Baker works as an Account Executive at 3i Graphics and Signs in Binghamton. He's also an Assistant Chief of the West Windsor Fire Company and a member of the West Windsor Baptist Church.
Scott Baker's campaign will focus on decreasing the cost of County government, reducing borrowing and controlling property taxes.
"Eastern Broome County needs a conservative voice on the County Legislature", said Scott Baker. "With the exception of last year when Republicans regained the Majority on the Legislature, the previous five years of County Budgets increased property taxes and borrowing every year. And when County Executive Debbie Preston proposed cutting the salaries of political appointees by 5% earlier this year, all Democrats on the County Legislature opposed the money-saving plan. Steve Herz even voted for a failed amendment to exempt government lawyers from the pay cut. It's time for a change and I look forward to sharing my ideas as the campaign gets into full swing."