(WBNG)- Nick Libous has announced his bid on Monday for the State Assembly's 122nd district seat.
Libous states he would like to focus on creating jobs and help focus on making New York State more affordable.
In a press release statement he said, " “In 2018, Assemblyman Cliff Crouch announced he would not be seeking another term. Now, it’s time for new leadership to fight the issues we face here in NY. Let’s face it– New York is unaffordable for far too many people, especially working and middle-class families who live and work in the Southern Tier. We need to cut taxes to help families and to create new jobs, and we need to bring new ideas and a whole new energy to Albany. I am ready to go the state Capitol and fight for hardworking taxpayers and their families.”
Libous also supports repealing bail reform and the green light law, the law that allows illegal immigrants to obtain drivers licenses. He also believes in easing regulations that make it impossible for local businesses to grow & thrive and providing greater funding to combat the opioid epidemic.
Libous also serves as a board member of the Southern Tier Lyme Support Group leading the charge in the fight against Lyme disease and other tick born illnesses.
The 122nd Assembly district includes residents in Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Otsego County’s.