Assemblyman Bill Reilich (R,C,I-Greece) today announced that he is starting a petition drive in his continued effort to combat Governor Spitzer’s DMV policy that will give illegal aliens and potential terrorists driver’s licenses.
“The governor’s reckless policy change will weaken the integrity of our licensure system and pose a serious threat to the safety of our state and nation,” said Reilich. “A majority of the Legislature, experts on immigration and national security, county clerks and the people of this great state have voiced their opposition to the governor’s plan, yet he continues to move the state down a perilous road. I am confident that, if we collect enough signatures, the governor will be forced to act in accordance with the people’s will and rescind his policy.”
“The governor needs to listen to the concerns of the people regarding this issue, and I hope these petitions will send a clear message to the governor that the residents of New York state oppose his plan,” added Reilich.
Constituents who would like a copy of the petition to sign and/or distribute can contact Assemblyman Reilich’s office at 225-4190 or stop by his office located at 2737 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY 14626.