Join Congressman Tonko and the New York League of Conservation Voters for a reception in support of Assemblywoman Fahy’s re-election campaign on October 19. RSVP by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (518) 313-6360.
Assemblywoman Patricia Fahy is a strong voice and effective advocate — fighting for job growth, high-quality education for all, and the environmental protections we need to create a bright future for our region.
Pat’s record is one of deep commitment, engagement, and action. She’s dedicated to supporting every family, every neighborhood, and every community to succeed.
“I’m committed to making the Capital Region an even better place to live, work, and raise a family. That’s why I’m running to continue representing you in the Assembly—so I can keep fighting for great schools, job creation, and strong environmental protection for our communities.” – Assemblywoman Fahy
Standing up for job creation and small business development.
From supporting small business, to advocating for more resources for job training, to partnering with local chambers of commerce—Pat Fahy has distinguished herself as a true champion of job creation and business development. By building bridges between higher education and the business community, she’s helping to catalyze new economic opportunities for our region. And as a member of the Assembly Tourism Committee, Pat is leveraging our assets to bring more jobs and business to the region.
Leading the fight for our schools and educational opportunities.
A former Albany School Board president, in the Assembly Pat has taken her advocacy for high-quality education to the next level. She convened the first forum on the Common Core, asked tough questions about standardized testing, and called for fair funding for all schools. She also fought successfully for legislation that helps fix the flawed Common Core implementation, prevents unfair consequences to students from test results, and protects their privacy with improved data security. For her strong record of achievement, Pat was named Freshman Legislator of the year by the New York State School Board Association (NYSSBA).
Speaking out for sound environmental protection and energy policy.
A member of the Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee, Pat has stood up for strong environmental legislation. She also helped found the New York State Caucus of Environmental Legislators—collaborating with fellow members on the critical environmental issues we face as a state. Pat has also been a stalwart voice for sound energy policies to fight climate change and protect our natural resources. And she spoke out for improvements to public transit systems—which were included in this year’s state budget.