Assemblyman John D. Ceretto, R-I- Lewiston, announced Monday that he was endorsed by the Good Government Club of Western New York. Ceretto is running for re-election in the newly created 145th Assembly District.
"I am honored and privileged to have the support of the Good Government Club of Western New York," Ceretto said. "After years of dysfunction in Albany, it is important that New Yorkers know that they are once again getting good government. Each and every day I work hard to serve the people of my assembly district, and it means a great deal to me that I have been recognized as the candidate in this race that promotes good government."
Donald A. Alessi, president of the Good Government Club of WNY, wrote to Ceretto, "Because you have exhibited special qualities that we believe promotes good government, The Good Government Club of Western New York is pleased to endorse your candidacy."
The newly formed 145th Assembly District is made up of the towns of Cambria, Lewiston, Niagara and Wheatfield; the City of Niagara Falls; a portion of the City of North Tonawanda in Niagara County; and the Town of Grand Island in Erie County.
In addition to the endorsement of the Good Government Club of Western New York, Ceretto has been endorsed by the Republican, Independence and Conservative parties; State Sen. George Maziarz; Niagara County Legislature Chairman Bill Ross; North Tonawanda Mayor Robert Ortt; Grand Island Supervisor Mary Cooke; New York State United Teachers; the National Rifle Association; Laborers Local 91; New York State Professional Fire Fighters Association; and Unshackle Upstate.