He has also interviewed with his own Independence Party.
Jordan, who chairs the party in Bethlehem, said that his party is expected to make a decision about a slate of candidates by the end of the month. Much like the Conservative Party, Jordan said the Independence Party will hold a countywide meeting to endorse candidates running throughout Albany County.
He, too, was pleased with his endorsement for Bethlehem Town Board.
"I'm delighted and honored to have the Conservative line," Jordan said. "I'm looking forward to having a great campaign season."
Jordan said he has received "nothing but positives" about his campaign thus far and he added that he is also pleased to have received the endorsement of Bethlehem's Democratic Party.
This constitutes Jordan's second official ballot line for Town Board and it is expected that Independence Party Chairman Paul Caputo will lend the party line to him as well. Taking over the party reins from Assembly Tim Gordon, I-Bethlehem, this is Jordan's first run for office.
He works as Gordon's chief of staff.
Spotlight reporter Ariana Cohn contributed to this article.""