KINGSTON – Ulster County Comptroller March Gallagher has announced her bid for re-election.
The Democrat, who first won election in 2019, has made transparency and accountability cornerstones of her office.
“Despite being short-staffed and working remotely during a global pandemic, we were able
to implement important steps to ensure accountability and oversight in county government,” she said. “I am running for another term to continue the work we have done championing economic and social justice, and to highlight and find solutions for quality of life issues such as racial inequities, the local cost of hosting the New York City watershed, and the impacts of limited mental health service access.”
Prior to being elected comptroller, the Rosendale resident served as deputy county planning director and chaired the county Industrial Development Agency.