For Release: IMMEDIATELY, January 7, 2020
Assembly Minority Conference Unanimously Chooses Assemblyman Will Barclay As New Conference Leader

Today the New York State Assembly Minority Conference unanimously chose Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) as its next Minority Leader this afternoon at the Capitol, one day before the start of the 2020 Legislative Session.

“I am enormously proud of the work the Assembly Minority Conference has done to advocate on behalf of the people of this great state, and I’m honored to have the support and confidence of my colleagues,” Barclay said. “As we start a new year and a new decade, our Conference is ready to get to work on the serious issues facing New York.”

Barclay has represented the 120th Assembly District since 2002, which includes much of Oswego County, the Onondaga County town of Lysander, and the Jefferson County town of Ellisburg.

Editor’s Note: A jpg of Newly Elected Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay can be found here.