Jamestown Republicans Postpone Mayoral Endorsement

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JAMESTOWN – City Republicans postponed making a decision Wednesday night to determine who they’ll endorse for mayor.

Mayoral candidate Andrew Liuzzo told WNYNewsNow Thursday morning that “nothing was decided” during the first meeting. Liuzzo said that a second meeting has been tentatively scheduled for Tuesday.







When asked why the decision was postponed to another meeting, Liuzzo said that he “wasn’t at liberty” to say.

Liuzzo, who was elected in 2017 as a Jamestown City Councilman At-Large, announced on Feb. 2 that he’ll be running for Jamestown mayor. Current mayor, Sam Teresi (D), announced on Feb. 4, that he would not be seeking re-election in November. Teresi became mayor in 2000.



















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