NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY MINORITY LEADER BRIAN M. KOLB (R,C,I-CANANDAIGUA) NAMES JANE CORWIN AS CONFERENCE MINORITY LEADER PRO TEMPORE
Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C,I-Canandaigua) on Tuesday April 9 , 2013 announced the appointment of Assemblywoman Jane Corwin (R,C,I-Clarence) as Minority Leader Pro Tempore. In this capacity, Ms. Corwin takes over the second-highest ranking position in the Minority Conference. As Minority Leader Pro Tempore, she will research issues, prepare and lead debates, and manage all Assembly floor activity throughout the legislative session.
“It is with a great deal of enthusiasm that I appoint Assemblywoman Corwin as Minority Leader Pro Tempore. Anyone who has worked alongside Jane knows that she has consistently provided strong, intelligent representation for her constituents and has earned the respect of our entire Conference through her hard work and integrity,” Leader Kolb said. “I fully expect that the remainder of the 2013 legislative session will be active and productive, and Jane will be an integral part of advancing our agenda.”
Ms. Corwin assumes the new duties for Assemblyman Tony Jordan (R,I,C-Jackson), who recently announced his intention to run for Washington County District Attorney.
"I am humbled and honored to accept the position of Floor Leader for the Minority Conference in the New York State Assembly," Assemblywoman Corwin said. "I appreciate the opportunity to make a positive impact while leading the debate in the Assembly Chamber, as well as continuing to be an advocate for policies that bolster our economy, create quality private sector jobs, target government inefficiencies, reduce governmenrt spending, and above all, create a New York State that gives future generations an opportunity to be successful."