Errigo confident after being chosen for Assembly race
Rochester, N.Y. – The resume of former state assemblyman Joe Errigo keeps getting longer.
Errigo, who has been a court reporter, a gravel pit owner and politician, is getting back into politics again.
He is the Republican Party’s choice to replace the late Bill Nojay in the race for the 133rd State Assembly District.
Errigo was just chosen Wednesday night, but he is confident he can win in an abbreviated campaign. He said ethics reform would be a priority.
“On both sides, there are good people and bad people,” Errigo told 13WHAM News Thursday. “So we have to root out the bad people, whether they’re Republican or Democrat. And I hope that happens.”
Errigo faces Democrat Barbara Baer and Conservative Jason McGuire.