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Judy Einach for Assembly
Judith Einach is a Westfield resident who holds a Masters from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is a retired non-profit executive experienced in rural and urban revitalization. She has experience creating jobs through microenterprise development, working with farmers and consumers across NY to rebuild local food systems, creating educational enrichment programs, pre-school through grade 12 and more. She has a strong environmental record, is a published writer, and holds awards for her leadership promoting human rights. “I was asked to run for the Assembly. I have the energy and passion to represent Chautauqua County,” she said, and noted that it was her opponent’s voting record that convinced her to accept the challenge.
Judy highlights the continued cleanup of Chautauqua Lake, the county’s most valuable economic development asset, and preservation of the watershed. She supports high quality vocational-technical programs to prepare people, young and older, for existing jobs and jobs of the future. She knows the value of agriculture to farm families and the economy and will work with farmers to increase farm profitability. She supports legalizing cannabis, reducing government corruption, and energy policy that doesn’t exploit us at the expense of our own well-being.