New York Attorney General Candidate Stops In Marcy
The Republican candidate for New York Attorney General made a campaign stop in Marcy on Friday.
Keith Wofford was joined by Senator Joseph Griffo at the Franklin Marcy to discuss his plan to fight corruption.
Wofford says if elected, he'll immediately initiate an investigation into systemic corruption involving state and local government officials across the state.
Wofford says he will use laws already on the books to combat corruption.
He says that includes "Operation Integrity", a pact between the Comptroller and Attorney General's Offices that permits the AG to investigate "pay-to-play" and other corrupt activities.
"From day one as New York State Attorney General, I will use every tool at my disposal to fight corruption and protect taxpayers" said Wofford.
Wofford will face Democrat Letitia James in the November election.