Walsh Sworn-In for Fourth Legislative Term
Assemblywoman Mary Beth Walsh (R,C-Ballston) was sworn into office for her fourth legislative term by her husband, Hon. James E. Walsh, Esq., on Wednesday morning. Walsh will continue in her leadership role with the Assembly Minority Conference as Assistant Minority Leader Pro Tempore.
Walsh will also serve on various committees, including the Education, Judiciary, Mental Health and Ways & Means committees. In addition to these assignments, Walsh will continue to be a part of the Legislative Women’s Caucus and the American Irish Legislators Society.
“I look forward to starting the 2023-24 legislative term and to continue advocating for the residents of the 112th Assembly District,” said Walsh. “As a legislature, we must continue to work every day to find areas of common ground and common interest in order to better the lives of those we represent. I strongly believe that by prioritizing the principles of good governance – fewer taxes, smaller government, strong economy, safe communities, among many others – we can make a difference in the future of our great state. Today begins a new opportunity to work towards a New York that we can all be proud of.”
The 112th Assembly District currently includes the towns of Ballston, Charlton, Clifton Park, Galway, Halfmoon, Milton, Providence and the village of Ballston Spa in Saratoga County, the town of Glenville in Schenectady County and the town and village of Broadalbin in Fulton County.