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helmingCanandaigua - Endorsed Republican, Conservative, Independence and Reform State Senate candidate Pam Helming, announced Wednesday that she has kicked off a six county 'Whistle-Stop Tou' of New York State's 54th Senate District.

"Over the last few weeks I've met with hundreds of residents of the 54th District.  I have been eager to kick-off my official tour of all six counties and look forward to sharing my plan to reform Albany, revitalize our state, restore common sense and Upstate values back to state government," said Helming.

Helming indicated that the tour is an opportunity to listen to ideas, concerns and perspectives of residents in the region. "Listening to and learning from residents is paramount to creating a better New York and to restoring faith and trust in our state government. As State Senator, I look forward to open lines of communication with my constituents, and that vital communication starts now as a candidate."

helming whistlestopannouncementLeft to Right: Ron Nesbitt, Supervisor Town of Webster; Pam Helming; Barry Deane, Webster Town Board Member; Mark Yaeger, Commissioner of Webster Parks and Recreation; and Lieutenant Brad Fosdick, Webster Police

Over the course of the next week Helming will visit all 48 towns and three cities that comprise the 54th New York State Senate District. During the tour Helming will be meeting with local officials and residents along the way and will visit some of the most iconic sites in each county.

The official tour started yesterday in the Town of Webster and Western Wayne County.

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