WATERTOWN, NY — Assembly candidate Mark Walczyk called on his opponent to debate the issues that matter to the residents of the 116th Assembly District.
St. Lawrence County Debate
Lead moderator: Watertown Daily Times
When: October 8th, 7pm
Where: SUNY Canton, Theatre
Jefferson County Debate
Lead moderator: Stephens Media Group
When: October 23rd, 6pm
Where: Italian American Civic Association
“My opponent needs to be held to account on her record of supporting a decade of failed economic policy for Northern New York. The people deserve a fair, open, and honest dialogue about the issues that matter here at home” Walczyk said.
In 2015, Mark was elected to the non-partisan Watertown City Council. Until recently, he served as District Director to State Senator Patty Ritchie.
Mark is a member of New Life Christian Church, A Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, an Eagle Scout, American Legion Boy’s State attendee and a 4-time Ironman Triathlete. Walczyk is the Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Reform Party candidate in his challenge to 10-year incumbent, Assemblywoman Addie Jenne, for the 116th Assembly District.
The 116th Assembly District, referred to as “The River District” includes the cities of Ogdensburg and Watertown, as well as the towns of Alexandria, Antwerp, Brownville, Canton, Cape Vincent, Clayton, DePeyster, Hammond, Hounsfield, Lisbon, Louisville, Lyme, Macomb, Massena, Morristown, Orleans, Oswegatchie, Pamelia, Philadelphia, Potsdam, Rossie, Theresa and Waddington.