Congressional candidate selects former Castile Supervisor
(Clarence, NY) – Congressional candidate Chris Collins has named Joe Gozelski as his campaign’s Co-Chair from Wyoming County. Gozelski is the former Town of Castile Supervisor. Collins is running to represent the people of the newly drawn 27th Congressional District that includes all of Wyoming County, as well as Genesee, Livingston, and Orleans counties, and part of Erie, Monroe, Niagara and Ontario counties.
“I want to thank Joe for his support and hard work on my behalf,” said Collins. “I look forward to working with Joe to win the trust and support of his fellow residents of Wyoming County. The reception our campaign has received from the hardworking taxpayers of the 27th District has been incredible. People understand the importance of this election and the need to send someone with conservative values to Congress to fight for them.”
“Chris Collins’ values are our values,” said former Castile Supervisor Joe Gozelski. “Chris has a proven track record of successfully governing based on conservative values and commonsense solutions. We need someone in Washington fighting for us, not someone who tells us what we want to hear in the district and then goes to Capitol Hill and takes marching orders from the liberal elite. We can trust Chris to go to Washington and work hard every day to get our economy turned around and our country back on the right track.”
Gozelski says Collins will be a great advocate for the agriculture industry in the 27th Congressional District. The former supervisor has taken Collins to visit local farms in Wyoming Count to learn more about the issues facing farmers. Collins says he is committed to helping ease Washington’s bureaucratic hurdles imposed on farmers and is looking forward to more farm tours with Gozelski in the coming weeks.
Gozelski joins the previously announced Co-Chairs from Erie and Niagara counties. William Ross, Chairman of the Niagara County Legislature, is serving as Niagara County Chairman. Jack Mills, the Minority Leader of the Erie County Legislature, serves in the same capacity in his home county. Collins will name additional campaign chairs in the coming weeks.
A former county executive, Collins is also a local businessman who has helped create or save 500 jobs in Western New York. For more information about Collins, visit www.collinsforcongress.com