Angela Wozniak was elected to serve the constituents of the 143rd Assembly District on November 4, 2014. The district includes the Towns of Cheektowaga and Lancaster and the Village of Depew. Angela is no stranger to hard work. Prior to opening The Angela Wozniak Insurance Agency, Angela worked days while putting herself through night school to earn a Business Management degree from D’Youville College. Today, her business provides insurance to Western New York families. As a mother and small-business owner, Angela understands the struggles residents and businesses face in our tough economy and she will fight the status quo as a member of the Assembly. In 2011, she successfully ran for town council and became the first female conservative ever elected in the Town of Cheektowaga. While in office, Angela worked to downsize the town board from seven to five members, and also fought for tax reform, ethics reform, school board consolidation, and term limits. In just a short time as an elected official, Angela has proven her ability to fight for taxpayers, develop sound legislation, and reach across the aisle to get things done. Angela plans to bring much-needed funding back to her home district, and provide a voice in Albany on issues such as ethics reform and the Common Core educational standards. Angela and her husband Phil own a home in Cheektowaga where they live with their young son Ari.