The Reform Party of New York endorsed Taylor Darling for re-election to the New York State Assembly to represent the people of the 18th Assembly District.
The 18th Assembly District includes Hempstead, Uniondale, Roosevelt, and parts of N. Baldwin, Freeport, W. Hempstead and Lakeview.
Ms. Darling, the elected incumbent Assemblywoman, has done an outstanding job represented the people of the 18th District. She has been elected with significant margins of victory – margins which reflect her dedication to her constituents, and the support of the voters for her commitment to all of the people of the District.
The Reform Party stands for, among other platforms, giving people greater opportunities for the best representation of all of the peoples needs. Taylor Darling has consistently and ceaselessly advocated for all of the people of the 18th Assembly District, putting the needs of the people at the forefront of her representation of the District. Her committee memberships in the State Assembly, as the Chair of the Sub-Committee on Foster Care and as a member of the Children and Families committee and the Economic Development committee all attest to her concern and drive to help better the lives of the people of the 18th AD.
There is no doubt that the best person to represent – to continue to represent – all of the people of the 18th Assembly District is Taylor Darling.