Baldwinsville, NY – On October 24th, Gail Tosh, Democratic candidate for New York’s 120th Assembly District, will be holding “Make Strides with Gail and Early Voting Rally,” an event to mark the start of Early Voting in New York. Assemblywoman and Chair of the Onondaga County Democratic Committee Pamela Hunter and the leader of We the People Oswego Indivisible Fred Ringwald are joining Tosh to speak at the event.
“Voting is one of the most important ways we can get involved in our government. It’s our responsibility to make our voices heard.” Tosh said of the event. “Make a plan to vote. Share it with your friends and family and ask them to do the same. Your future is in your hands.”
Tosh and her supporters will be meeting at Baldwinsville Square at 12PM for an early voting kickoff rally. Fred Ringwald and Assemblywoman Hunter will speak, followed by a speech and press conference by Tosh encouraging community members to vote early. The group will then walk through town showing support for Tosh.
This event is the seventh of its kind that Gail Tosh’s campaign has held. The campaign will hold regular “Make Strides with Gail” events leading up to the election, focusing on different parts of the district each time. These events seek to bring the community together to share their support for Gail with their friends and neighbors. The next “Make Strides with Gail” event after Baldwinsville will be in Central Square on October 29th.
For a full schedule of programming, follow the campaign on Facebook at Gail Tosh for State
Assembly, or visit ElectGailTosh.com.
Tosh is running to represent the 120th against Minority Leader Will Barclay, who has represented the region since 2002. To contact Tosh and her campaign, email her at GailToshForAssembly@gmail.com, or visit her website at ElectGailTosh.com.