DiNapoli Endorses Anthony Grice for County Clerk


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New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has announced his support for City of Newburgh Councilman At-Large, Anthony Grice (D-WFP), in his campaign for Orange County Clerk.

Comptroller DiNapoli, upon his endorsement of Anthony Grice for the Orange County Clerk’s Office, stated: “Anthony Grice is an experienced public servant who is committed to making government work better for everyone. I trust Anthony to lead the County Clerk’s office with accountability and transparency and I am confident that he is the right choice for those who support good government. I am happy to support him in his campaign for Orange County Clerk.”

Councilman Grice, upon receiving the support of State Comptroller DiNapoli, stated: “I am proud to have earned the support of Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. The Comptroller has been a champion of responsible oversight and fiscal management for communities across our beautiful state, and I am proud to have his support in our campaign to bring bold change to our County Clerk’s office.”

New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s support is evidence that Councilman Anthony Grice has the credibility and capability to efficiently produce results that will benefit Orange County residents in our County Clerk’s office. Councilman Grice has also received broad support from various organizations throughout the Hudson Valley such as the Orange County Democratic Committee, the Orange County Working Families Party, ServeNY PAC, the Hudson-Catskill Area Central Labor Council, 1199 SEIU, For The Many (formerly known as Nobody Leaves Mid-Hudson), the Hudson Valley Stonewall Democrats, Orange County Democratic Women, the Latino Democratic Committee of Orange County, the Young Democrats of Orange County, and the New York Association of Realty Managers.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 2nd, polls are open from 6am to 9pm. Voters will have the opportunity to cast their ballots early from October 23rd until October 31st.

Kelly Eskew, the current Deputy Clerk, is seeking the office on the Republican line.

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