After its Wednesday, March 5th meeting, Warren County Democratic Chair Lynne Boecher released the following statement:
"The Warren County Democratic Committee announces their endorsement of independent businessman Aaron Woolf of Essex County for the 21st Congressional seat being vacated by fellow democrat Bill Owens.
"Mr. Woolf, an award winning documentary filmmaker and small business owner, brings a refreshing new voice to the Congressional dialogue. He articulates a faith in the independent spirit of the North Country and proposes capable solutions to the quagmire of ideas that have plagued the political arena.
Aaron Woolf represents the integrity, commitment and drive that distinguishes this district and will represent all voters well in Congress.
"In addition, the full county democratic committee endorsed unanimously Glens Falls attorney Elizabeth A. Donohue for Glens Falls City Judge, replacing the retiring Judge Richard Tarantino.
"Ms. Donohue, a practicing attorney in Glens Falls for over thirty years, was also endorsed by the full Glens Falls Democratic Committee and if elected will be the first female judge in Warren County, making history. Ms. Donohue has represented litigants in both civil and criminal proceedings and has served as a special prosecutor and is also on the Warren and Washington County Law Guardian panels. She is a past President of the Warren County Bar Association.
"Lynne Boecher, Warren County Democratic Chair"