Carrie Woerner was elected to the New York State Assembly in November 2014. Before entering politics she spent nearly 30 years working in the software business, rising to the role of Vice President and General Manager of MeetMax Conference Software. She has carried this technical expertise into her time as an Assemblywoman, having chaired the Subcommittee on Agricultural Production & Technology. While in office she has also secured significant funding for restoring historic buildings. It is this passion for preservation which led her to found the Historic Saratoga Race Track Preservation Coalition.
These accomplishments speak to Woerner’s qualifications, of having spent years in local politics as a Round Lake Village Trustee and having served on the Town of Malta Planning Board—in which roles she advocated reforming zoning laws and decreasing the local tax burden. But her experience outside of government is also impressive. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Saratoga Center for the Family and is a proud member of the Malta Sunrise Rotary.
Assemblywoman Woerner supports responsible spending, improving the business climate for small businesses and farms, and strengthening public schools.
“I will always put public service before politics. That is what the citizens of the 113th Assembly District know they can expect from me. It is an honor and privilege for me to be an advocate for our communities, for our schools, for our small businesses and farms, for the culture and quality of life in Saratoga and Washington Counties.”–Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner
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