BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Ten western New York officials joined more than 100 politicians in an Albany push to promote the “Enough is Enough” campaign.
The officials are looking to stop sexual violence on college campuses, and they join a growing movement. Several western New York officials have been speaking out against sexual violence on western New York campuses, and now the following 10 officials say they too are going to take action.
- Dennis Brochey, Supervisor, Town of Lewiston
- Kristen Grandinetti, Council Member, City of Niagara Falls
- Denise Coffey, Mayor, Village of Silver Springs
- Joseph Robinson, Mayor, Village of Warsaw
- Douglas Berwanger, Chairperson, Wyoming County Board of Supervisors
- Brian Kulpa, Mayor, Village of Williamsville
- Anthony Caruana, Supervisor, Town of Tonawanda
- Sheila Meegan, Supervisor, Town of West Seneca
- Demone Smith, Majority Leader, Erie County Legislature
- Betty Jean Grant, Minority Leader, Erie County Legislature
Governor Andrew Cuomo says he’s seeking bi-partisan support in passing the strongest legislation yet to stop what he called an epidemic of sexual violence.
You can learn more about the “Enough is Enough” campaign and see some of its supporters here.