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Jacobs Endorsed by Assemblyman Joe Giglio


 Congressman Chris Jacobs (NY-27) was endorsed today by NYS Assemblyman Joe Giglio (AD-148) for the newly drawn 23rd Congressional District.

“Congressman Jacobs is a native son of Western New York. He is a fighter for our values and will work to secure our border, stop inflation, and restore our country. He has my support for Congress for the coming term,” Assemblyman Giglio said.

“Thank you, Assemblyman Giglio, for your endorsement. Joe has been an excellent fighter for our region and has worked hard to ensure the needs of our area are met in Albany. I look forward to working with Assemblyman Giglio to support Western New York’s and the Southern Tier’s families, farmers, and small businesses and ensure our region has a prosperous future,” Jacobs said. “This upcoming election is critical to the future of our nation – we need to stop reckless partisan spending, secure our border, bring down costs for hardworking families, and put an end to the Biden administration’s horrible policymaking.”

Congressman Chris Jacobs is a conservative leader in the House of Representatives. He was first elected in 2020 and has been a fighter in Congress to secure our southern border, protect our constitutional rights, support our small businesses, restore our energy independence, and bring prices down for hardworking families. Chris is a strong voice for New York families, currently serving on the House Agriculture Committee, the House Budget Committee, and the House Education and Labor Committee. Chris Jacobs previously served as a New York State Senator and Erie County Clerk – he is also a small business owner. He currently lives in Orchard Park with his wife Martina and their daughters Anna and Jane.

Jacobs also has the endorsement of the New York State Conservative Party, the Erie County Republican Committee, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (NY-21), and State Senator George Borrello (SD-57).

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