TEA New York is standing strong against the status quo in Niagara County

TEA New York is standing strong against the status quo in Niagara County.

Residents of the towns in Niagara county are fed up with the status quo, the excessive high taxation, the corruption that seems to run rampant, the ongoing audits from the state Comptrollers office and FBI investigations that all continue today. The republican party has hijacked all the minor parties, running their own people for committee seats in the conservative, independence, green and working family parties for committee seats. In doing this they control the executive committees and the endorsement process. Reform minded people have been blocked out of the process and do not stand a chance to actually get the endorsements of the minor parties so their only option is to run in the primary. The message we sent to people of running in primaries through Primary Challenge is resonating.

TEA New York endorses and stands with the following candidates.


Tom Larson,
Wheatfield Supervisor, Republican Primary

Karen McKernan, Wheatfield Town Council, Democratic and Republican primary.

Michael Kislack, Wheatfield Town Council, Democratic and Republican primary.

David Mongielo, Supervisor Conservative primary.

Paul Black, Lockport town council, Republican primary

John Ben, Lockport Town Justice, primary WFP, Republican & Democrat.

Joshua Walker, 15th district county legislator Conservative Primary

Sean O’Laughlin, 2nd district legislature. Republican primary.


Stephan Mychajliw – County Comptroller (Independent Primary)

Lynn Dixon – County Legislator (Independent Primary)

Ted Morton – County Legislator (Independent Primary)

Paul Lamanna & Kevin Backus – Delegates to the 8th Judicial District Convention (Conservative Primary) ~Endorsed by Carl Paladino and TEA New York

Chris Aronica – Town Council (Independent Primary)
Mark Frentzel –  Judge (Independent, Conservative Primary)


About TEANewYork

TEANewYork was established as a resource for many things political, issue-oriented and policy-wise, and for things you can actually do, to actively participate in reforming our severely dysfunctional New York State government. What are you waiting for? Jump on in!
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