For Immediate Release
February 27, 2019
Contact: Matt Hogan: (518) 859-3628
SARATOGA SPRINGS CITY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ENDORSES MATTHEW VEITCH, STEPHEN MITTLER, ROBIN DALTON and ANTHONY “SKIP” SCIROCCO
SARATOGA SPRINGS – The Saratoga Springs City Republican Committee endorsed four candidates at their meeting on Tuesday evening.
City Republican Chairman Matthew S. Hogan said, Anthony “Skip” Scirocco received the committee’s endorsement for Commissioner of Public Works; Robin Dalton received the committee’s endorsement for Commissioner of Public Safety and Matthew Veitch and Stephen Mittler, each received the committee’s endorsement for County Board of Supervisor.
Chairman Hogan said, he expects the City of Saratoga Springs to elect Republicans this November.
“We expect 2019 to be a good year for the City of Saratoga Springs Republican Committee,” said Chairman Hogan. “We have a very strong slate, of qualified and experienced candidates who will work hard and deliver results for the people of our City.”
A current member of the County Board of Supervisors, Matt Veitch said, “I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Saratoga Springs Republicans for another term. I look forward to campaigning on my record of public service and representing the residents of our City at the County level. Keeping the County on a continued path of low taxes, efficient government, and maintaining our great quality of life are my priorities for the upcoming year.”
Stephen Mittler, Candidate for County Board of Supervisors said, “I thank the Saratoga Springs Republican Committee for their trust in me and my ability to represent the City of Saratoga Springs at the County level. As a life long Saratoga County resident, and a resident of Saratoga Springs for 15 years, I am so looking forward to working with City Council to continue to enhance the lives of our residents.”
Candidate for Public Safety Commissioner, Robin Dalton said, “I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Saratoga Springs Republican committee and look forward to bringing my leadership, experience and passion for the City of Saratoga Springs to the office of Public Safety Commissioner.”
Anthony “Skip” Scirocco the current Commissioner of Public Works said, “I appreciate the support of the Saratoga Springs Republican Committee and their trust in my ability to serve the city we all love. In my time in office, I’ve worked to update the city’s infrastructure, utilize technology to improve the delivery of services, and give residents peace of mind every day that the water and sewer systems are working, the roads are clear and safe, and that our city is beautiful and the envy of surrounding communities.”