"A lot of people are not members of the Republican or Democratic parties, but they are still very involved in the political process, and they are concerned about the future of our town," he added. "Having these lines shows support from them."
The Republican candidate for town supervisor, former Niskayuna school superintendent J. Briggs McAndrews, also gained backing from the Conservative Party in the recent round of endorsements.
"I think it will be very helpful as we go forward," said McAndrews. "I'm very heartened by the turnout that we had at the breakfast fundraiser in early June, and I'm looking forward to the rest of the campaign."