Gibson points out McLaughlin’s common-sense, bi-partisan approach to creating jobs

Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C,I-Melrose) today was endorsed by Congressman Chris Gibson in his bid for re-election to the state assembly in the 107th district. Noting that McLaughlin is ranked New York’s #1 pro-jobs legislator by The Business Council, Gibson said experienced individuals from the private sector like McLaughlin is what Albany needs to help reenergize New York’s economy. 

“Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin ran for office just two short years ago on the common-sense principles of creating more jobs, capping taxes, cutting spending, and fighting corruption. His service to us has been a fulfillment of those promises, which is evidenced by him being named the #1 pro-jobs legislator by The Business Council of New York State,” said Gibson. “This is because Steve understands we cannot tax and spend our way back to prosperity nor continue to burden our small businesses and local communities with more regulations or higher taxes. Steve’s commitment to our state and community is unparalleled, and he is exactly the type of leader we need in Albany. I am proud to call him my friend and fully support him in his re-election bid to the state assembly.”

 “I’m honored to be endorsed by Congressman Gibson,” said McLaughlin. “Since Chris and I were elected in 2010, our focus together has been strengthening Upstate’s private sector, protecting and growing our family owned farms, supporting alternative sources of energy, and protecting programs that our seniors have rightfully earned. Chris and I both recognize our country and state will remain at stalemate unless we put politics aside and promote common-sense policies that will build the foundation for an even stronger America. I thank Congressman Gibson and look forward to continuing our work together.”

Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin is the endorsed Republican, Conservative and Independence candidate running for state assembly in the 107th district, which comprises in parts of Rensselaer, Columbia and Washington Counties. For more information, please visit



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