NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) — A man with the goal of ousting Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster thinks he may just have a shot by juicing up his write-in campaign.
Glenn Choolokian, who nearly defeated Dyster in the primary, said he took time to consider if he would run as an independent candidate. Tuesday, Choolokian announced he would still make a run for office.
He’s looking for support from the public as he pursues what he calls the, “biggest and most aggressive write-in campaign.” Choolokian is running with the goal of aiding families and small businesses in Niagara Falls.
In less than a month on Nov. 3, voters will cast their ballots and Choolokian will learn if his campaign worked.