ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Democrats in the Monroe County Legislature have elected Cindy Kaleh as the Minority Leader of their caucus. Kaleh has served in the legislature since 2008 and previously served as Assistant Minority Leader. Kaleh represents the 28th District, which includes the Lyell-Otis, Jay-Orchard, Dutchtown, Edgerton, and Maplewood neighborhoods of northwest Rochester.
“Since 2008 I have been a proud member of the Democratic Caucus. So that all of our residents have the opportunity for lasting growth and success, we have worked diligently to protect access to critically important services, such as child care, public safety and education for the working families of Monroe County,” Democratic Leader Kaleh said. “I am grateful to the members of the Democratic Caucus for selecting me as the minority leader and, along with the new leadership team, look forward to working on long term solutions to the issues that face all of the residents of Monroe County.”
Legislators John Lightfoot (District 25) and Ernest Flagler-Mitchell (District 29) were elected to fill the Assistant Minority leader positions being vacated.