January 4, 2017
ALBANY, NY – Assemblyman Joe A Errigo (R, Conesus) was officially sworn in as the new representative of the 133rd Assembly District yesterday. Errigo joined six other freshman Assembly members at the public swearing-in ceremony hosted by Assembly Republican Leader Brian M. Kolb (R, Canandaigua). The group was joined by family and friends as they took their official oaths of office. “It is an honor and privilege to be sworn in as a New York State Legislator. I take this responsibility very seriously because many upstate families are in dire straits. The time has come for state legislators to focus their energy on the task at hand – getting New Yorkers back to work and getting our economy headed in the right direction,” said Errigo.
Errigo previously served in the Assembly from 2001 to 2010 and was a small-business owner, a draftsman for the New York State Department of Transportation, and a member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. “I am ready and eager to advocate on behalf of all the residents of the 133rd Assembly District. It will be a long and tough road ahead, but serious changes need to be made to ensure a prosperous future for all New Yorkers,” said Errigo. Errigo represents the 133rd district, which is comprised of Livingston County, as well as portions of Monroe County and Steuben counties.