Aurora Town Chair Jann signs on as campaign manager
(EAST AURORA, NY) - Former East Aurora Mayor David DiPietro today announced the unanimous endorsement of his candidacy for New York State Assembly by the Town of Aurora Republican committee - the municipality with the largest Republican enrollment in the new 147th Assembly District.
"I am delighted to have the unanimous support of the entire Aurora Republican committee," DiPietro said. "It is an honor to know that my home committee is standing behind my Assembly candidacy. Their support will fuel my campaign as we move resolutely into other vital areas of the 147th."
"David DiPietro did remarkable things as mayor of East Aurora and our committee acknowledged him as the best candidate to represent us in Albany in the New York State Assembly," Town of Aurora Republican Chairman Earl Jann said after the Thursday night committee decision. "Our committee has great confidence in him as our representative and we are 100 percent behind his platform of cutting taxes, slashing spending, and providing state mandate relief for Erie and Wyoming counties."
"No other candidate for this office will show the resolute determination to create jobs in our district we know Dave will provide in the years ahead," Jann said.
DiPietro also announced Earl Jann as his campaign manager, a vital addition to his team due to Jann's close relationship with other Town Chairs in the district.
ABOUT DAVID DIPIETRO
In 2002, DiPietro was elected Mayor of East Aurora and took the reins of a village on the verge of fiscal collapse. In less than two years, he turned the Village's financial situation around and produced three straight tax cuts - the first time ever in Village history. In 2005, DiPietro was recognized at the State of the County of Erie conference as the leader in New York State in mergers and consolidations of government departments and services.
David DiPietro is a small businessman and lifelong resident of East Aurora, New York. He is the second-generation owner of Sparkle Cleaners, a 65 year-old family operated business with locations in East Aurora and Amherst. Beyond his six years of service as Mayor, he also served as an elected Village of East Aurora Trustee from 1999 to 2002. DiPietro is very active in his community and is a member of the Sons of the American Legion East Aurora Post 362, a member of East Aurora Moose Lodge 370, a member of the National Rifle Association, and an active fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club. He and his wife, Theresa, are members of East Aurora Wesleyan Church and live in the Village with their three children.
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