In a strong affirmation of Kevin Gaughan’s government downsizing movement, residents in the Town of West Seneca tonight rejected an effort to reverse Gaughan’s work and voted to keep their downsized town board. Details to follow.
The Town of Alden upsizing vote results have not come in yet. Gaughan is now at a West Seneca polling place, and he’s expeceted to join his volunteers later this evening.
Since 2009, Keivn Gaughan has lead a citizens movement to reform government and revive the
Western New York economy. To date, his efforts have led to voters adopting downsizing measures in 3 counties, 6 towns, and 1 village, eliminating 26 elected positions, saving taxpayers $5.2 million per year, and placing Western New York in the national forefront of government reform.