BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – After winning the Republican primary, Kevin Stocker said he spent a year and a half going door to door to speak with voters.
He said that momentum he built with the 60th Senate district’s population will not go to waste, he wants to fight corruption in Albany.
“It goes back to trust,” Stocker said. “They feel the special interests groups are in control. Corruption is rampant among our elected offices, especially in Albany. We have to fight the corruption.”
Stocker spent his last day before election Tuesday with his children.