Senator Bill Weber’s Campaign Kick-Off in Nanuet Attracts Impressive Turnout and Prominent Support

Senator Bill Weber’s campaign kick-off fundraiser in Nanuet witnessed an impressive and enthusiastic turnout. A diverse crowd of 150 attendees, including influential business leaders and esteemed elected officials, gathered to extend their support for Senator Weber’s vision.

During the event, Senator Weber passionately articulated his commitment to bolstering both public and private schools, a cause that resonated with many. He also highlighted his significant accomplishment of securing a staggering $80 million in foundation aid, which has had a positive impact on education in the region.

Moreover, Senator Weber vowed to address the pressing issue of the disastrous bail reform law, emphasizing the need for effective and fair legislation. Additionally, he underscored his dedication to making New York State more affordable, outlining potential measures to alleviate the burden on the citizens.

The occasion was graced by the presence of Congressman Mike Lawler, who made a special trip from Washington to lend his support. Addressing the gathering, Congressman Lawler stressed the importance of unity and encouraged everyone to rally behind Republican candidates like himself and Senator Weber. He praised their shared commitment to teamwork and serving the people of Rockland with dedication.

As the atmosphere brimmed with enthusiasm and hope, it became evident that this campaign kick-off had laid a strong foundation for a promising journey ahead, united by a common purpose and vision for a brighter future.

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