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Pudup to run for 134th District Assembly seat

Rochester Business Journal
April 4, 2014

Former Monroe County sheriff’s deputy Gary Pudup will run on the Democratic ticket for the state Assembly’s 134th District seat vacated by Greece Supervisor William Reilich, officials said Friday.

Pudup, a resident of Greece, was with the sheriff’s department for 29 years, retiring as commander of internal affairs. He also was a former executive director of the Genesee Valley Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

“The problems we face today are complex, and the solutions need careful and critical analysis by people who are able to see the merit of and value all sides of an issue,” Pudup said in a statement released by the Monroe County Democratic Committee.

He graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a degree in criminal justice, and received a master’s degree in human services administration from St. John Fisher College.

Reilich, chairman of the Monroe County Republican Party, had represented the Assembly district since 2002. He resigned after winning the November election for Greece supervisor.

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