For Immediate Release: July 10, 2017
Syracuse, N.Y – Ben Walsh, the independent candidate for Mayor of the City of Syracuse, announced today he has received the exclusive endorsement of the Upstate Jobs Party.
“Ben Walsh is the only candidate in this race with the commitment, the know-how and the experience to lead the transformation of Syracuse through the innovation economy,” said party founder Martin Babinec. He added, “The Upstate Jobs Party is committed to supporting independent candidates like Ben who reject the status quo pay-to-play politics and government giveaways that have been failing our communities for generations.”
“I am honored to receive the endorsements of the Upstate Jobs Party,” said Ben Walsh. He added, “The party’s support sends a strong message that I am the candidate most qualified to retain and grow innovative job creating businesses in Syracuse, and help people rise above poverty.”
Ben Walsh is the only candidate running for Mayor of the City of Syracuse. Putting aside partisan and personal politics, Ben has been a leader in some of the most transformational projects in Syracuse’s recent history. Ben’s experience in the public, provide, and non-profit sectors has earned him a reputation as a pragmatic and collaborative leaders who brings the right people together to get the job done.
Ben resides on the city’s west side with his wife, Lindsay, and their two daughters. www.benwalshformayor.com
About the Upstate Jobs Party
The Upstate Jobs Party (UJP) is a movement about breathing new life into the American Dream. Borne from decades of failed governance and broken promises of politicians saying they will create jobs, the Upstate Jobs Party is committed to keeping our best and brightest here at home.
To learn more about the Upstate Jobs Party, go to: https://upstatejobs.org
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