Steve Schultz, founder of Pictometry International, will run for the position of town supervisor. (Photo: HDC)
Henrietta, N.Y. (WHAM) – The Henrietta Democratic Committee announced their candidates for town office races this fall, including Henrietta Town Supervisor.
Steve Schultz, founder of Pictometry International, will run for the position of town supervisor.
Mike Stafford and Rob Barley will also be running on the Democratic ticket for contested spots on the town board, according to the committee.
“This is the most exciting ticket that Democrats in Henrietta have fielded in quite some time.”, said Simeon Banister, Henrietta Town Democratic Leader. “Henrietta is a great town that’s being led in the wrong direction. A successful business visionary like Steve Schultz is just what we need to get us back on the right track.”
Incumbent town supervisor Jack Moore has been in his current role since January 2014.
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