Scott Marciszewski is a lifetime resident of the Town of Tonawanda. After graduating from Kenmore East, he remained in the Town and pursued his career in law enforcement. He has been a police officer for 23 years, rising to the rank of Deputy Chief of Patrol at UB. He is the former President and a member of the Board of Directors for PBANYS, one of the largest police unions in the state. Scott managed an operating budget of over $1.2 million and represented over 1200 state police officers.
Scott will always fight for our communities and put public safety as a first priority. Scott is running for the 140th Assembly District to push back against the rampant pro-criminal legislation coming from Albany and reverse the damage that has been done to our justice system. While politicians in Albany continue to push more radical legislation, Scott will stand for us and our law enforcement officers.