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Assemblywoman Byrnes Will Not Seek Re-Election in ’24


One day before the start of the new legislative session in Albany, one local Assemblywoman has announced she will not seek re-election this year. Marjorie Byrnes (burns) made the announcement Tuesday.


Byrnes was first elected to the Assembly in 2018. Her district includes the western portion of Ontario County and the northern end of Steuben County.  State Senator Pamela Helming released the following statement on Byrnes’s decision to not seek re-election.

“Assemblywoman Byrnes is a true public servant and I know her service to our communities will continue long after she leaves the Assembly. She has been an incredible partner to me, especially throughout 2023 as I represented Livingston County for the first time. Marge has the admirable quality of being down-to-earth yet fearless in her conviction to fight for what she believes in, and for the constituents I know she has been honored to represent.”

Byrnes did endorse Livingston County Clerk Andrea Bailey, who is going to run for the Assembly seat.

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