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Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and Every Member of the Greenburgh Town Council Endorse Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

(Greenburgh) – Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins has been endorsed by Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner and every member of the Greenburgh Town Board. The Town of Greenburgh officials cited the Senator’s leadership, responsiveness to the needs of the Town and record of delivering for her constituents as reasons for their support.

Senator Stewart-Cousins represents the 35th State Senate district. She is running in the Democratic Primary election on Thursday September 13.

“Whenever we have called on Senator Stewart-Cousins, she has always been there for the Town of Greenburgh. She is an effective legislator who has helped save Greenburgh taxpayers millions of dollars. I am pleased to endorse Senator Stewart-Cousins for re-election,” said Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner.

“I am proud to support Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins because she proudly represents the people of the Town of Greenbugh. She is always there to support events sponsored in our Town that encourage our young people to achieve their potential. When she participates, she is an inspiration to them and their families. When the Town Board reached out to her to get the hotel tax legislation passed, Andrea was there in Albany to support the Town and its villages. We need Senator Stewart- Cousins’ leadership in Albany to represent us and for her ability to bring people together to solve the important issues facing our Town and our State,” said Town Councilmember Diana Juettner.

“The town of Greenburgh has had the good fortune to have such a responsive and reactive representative in the state senate. Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins has embraced our community, worked tirelessly with our elected officials to achieve the highest quality of life for all. As an advocate for our town Senator Cousins in not afraid to tackle the difficult issues and always gives 100% to further a cause. We need Senator Cousins continued support and re-election,” said Town Councilmember Kevin Morgan.

“Senator Stewart-Cousins has been a strong, consistent and effective advocate for the residents of the Town of Greenburgh. She has a progressive agenda and is a powerful voice for those who feel they don’t have one. We need her seniority and leadership in the NYS Senate,” said Town Councilmember Francis Sheehan.

“Senator Stewart-Cousins is a dynamic and effective advocate for Greenburgh in Albany. She has delivered for this town on countless occasions and her leadership has made a real impact on the lives of our residents. I am proud to endorse her for re-election in the primary on Thursday September 13,” said Town Councilmember Ken Jones.

“It is an honor to receive endorsements from Supervisor Paul Feiner and the members of the Greenburgh Town Council. The Town and all of its villages have been part of my district throughout my entire tenure as State Senator and I have been a staunch advocate for the every community in Greenburgh from day one. I have delivered on a wide range of issues for Greenburgh, whether it’s providing increases in education aid, delivering funding for waterfront revitalization in the Rivertowns, responding to constituent concerns related to the the New York State Department of Transportation, or passing legislation requested by the Town and villages. I hope to once again earn the opportunity to serve as Greenburgh’s State Senator and to continue working in partnership with my colleagues on the Town Board and in the villages,” said Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins.