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Early Voting is October 28th - November 5th
Election Day is Tuesday, November 7th


A new Generation of Leadership in Erie County

Lindsay's Plan

  • Provide real tax relief for Erie County residents

  • Bring accountability to the County Legislature

  • Unleash our local economic potential

  • Support Law Enforcement & First Responders

  • Invest in long-overdue infrastructure repairs

About Lindsay

A life-long resident of Erie County, Lindsay understands the values our community holds dear. She was raised in a blue-collar family that taught her the importance of hard work, service, and fiscal responsibility–something lacking in today’s Erie County government. 

From a young age, Lindsay was determined to pursue a path of academic excellence, which led her to Canisius College. She graduated with multiple degrees and honors. Lindsay was the recipient of the Woodrow Wilson Award, for outstanding academic excellence and commitment to public service. She later returned to Canisius to earn her MBA. Balancing a successful career in digital marketing with a passionate commitment to service, Lindsay proudly serves as the Director of Marketing and Business Development for WNY Dyslexia Specialists.


Prior to her career in digital marketing, Lindsay worked in government for the New York State Assembly and the Erie County Legislature. In both roles, she gained knowledge of the ins and outs of government and she learned how to serve constituents in a responsible and effective manner. Lindsay experienced firsthand the mess that is Erie County government, and that good representatives are not easy to come by.

That’s exactly why Lindsay is running for the Erie County Legislature. She is not in this race to look for a political stepping stone, to pad a pension, or to make politics a career. She is a true believer in the importance of public service, and she knows that Erie County residents deserve a loud and effective voice against oppressive taxation, out-of-control spending, and ever-expanding government. 

Lindsay is running for the 10th Legislative District which includes the Towns of Aurora, Colden, Concord, Elma, Holland, Sardinia, Wales, West Seneca, and the Villages of East Aurora and Springville.  Lindsay currently lives with her husband and son in West Seneca. She is a member of the Kids Escaping Drugs Face2Face Coalition and a parishioner at Nativity of Our Lord. 

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