Congressional candidate Kim Myers was in Utica on Monday, where she was endorsed by Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri and Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi.

The announcement was made in front of the Stanley Theater.

Myers affirmed her commitment to serving Utica and Oneida County by promising to have a full-time office in Utica if elected.

"Whether it’s supporting the new nanotech project, protecting Rome Labs, or investing in our infrastructure, Oneida County representatives know how to put aside their political differences and move forward on the things that matter," said Myers. "That’s the kind of approach that I will take to Congress. I thank Mayor Palmieri, Assemblyman Brindisi and others for their kind words today and I am so proud to be endorsed by so many amazing Oneida County elected officials and organizations

The Broome County Democrat will face Republican Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney and Independent candidate Martin Babinec for the 22nd Congressional District seat in November.


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