Niskayuna Councilman Bill McPartlon is running for re-election to the Niskayuna Town Board.

"Service to the Niskayuna community is a part of my life that I am very proud of.

Having lived in town for over 40 years, I am committed to making and keeping Niskayuna a great place to live and raise a family.

I have served as a Director of the Niskayuna Community Foundation, and on the Niskayuna Zoning Board, Planning Board, and Town Board.

​I currently chair the Town of Niskayuna's Public Safety Committee, which works with the Niskayuna Police Department to keep this town a safe place to live for all of our residents.

  • ​Bill is a longtime small businessman and has owned Boel Electric since 1990
  • Alumnus of Niskayuna High School ('81) and Hartwick College (Bachelors in Business Management, '85)
  • Has served on the Niskayuna Town Board since January 2016, where he chairs the Town's Public Safety Committee
  • Previously served on the Niskayuna Planning Board and Niskayuna Zoning Board, including as chair
  • Coach for St. Helen's CYO Basketball and the Niskayuna Junior Warriors Lacrosse Club
  • Has been married to his wife, Robin, for 33 years with two children, Sarah and William

I am running for re-election to continue to serve all the residents of Niskayuna.​"

Our 2019 Town Democratic Slate

Niskayuna Councilwoman Lisa Weber is seeking election to the position of Town Supervisor in the 2019 election.

A seasoned government professional, Lisa has experience in state and local government and in the non-profit sector.

Lisa has lived in Niskayuna since 2001 with her husband and two children and loves raising her family here.

A Town Board Member since 2016, Lisa serves as Chair of the Community Programs Committee, and is committed to expanding and improving the Town’s youth camps, recreational opportunities and senior programs.

As part of the Niskayuna Town Board, Lisa has worked continuously with her colleagues on the Board to improve the quality of life in Niskayuna during the past few years, accomplishing the following:    

  • 2% tax cut in 2017 and no tax increase in 2018
  • Completion of energy efficient waste water treatment facility
  • New playground equipment at Avon Crest and Blatnick Park
  • Improved driving range and disc golf course
  • Planned Splash Pad for 2019
  • Expanded recreational opportunities for youth
  • Free and low cost fitness classes for seniors
  • Bike path improvements
  • Town’s first electric vehicle for official use
  • Investments in public safety​

Lisa’s previous experience includes serving as a legislative aide for the Assembly Health Committee, lobbying for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists NYS, and as a coordinator for the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program of the Capital Region, assisting children in Family Court. 

She enjoys volunteering in her community, currently serving on the Board of Trustees of the Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP), and previously serving as Co-President of a local PTO and an active member of and Race/Walk committee raising thousands for the St. Peter’s Hospital ALS center.

Niskayuna School Board Member
Rosemarie Perez Jaquith ​is a candidate for the Niskayuna Town Board.

​Rosemarie is a first generation born Cuban-American and started kindergarten only speaking Spanish.  She became the first person in her family to attend college, and went on to graduate from Syracuse Law School in 1993.
Rosemarie and her husband, Grant, moved to Niskayuna in 1999, and raised three children: Olivia (Marist College graduate, age 23); Isabelle (WPI sophomore, age 20); and Colton (Wells College freshman, age 18).
Rosemarie believes very strongly that any meaningful life must include public service and has lived her life accordingly.  She has spent that past 20 years serving New York State as an attorney for the Assembly, and is currently the Director of Administration for the Legislative Bill Drafting Commission.
Since 2014, Rosemarie has been an elected member of the Niskayuna School Board, including serving as the Board's President from 2016 to 2018, and its Vice President between 2015 and 2016.  As a school board member, Rosemarie has worked with colleagues to keep the district under the tax cap every single year, including one year with an unprecedented 0% tax levy increase.  Rosemarie hopes to bring her record of fiscal responsibility to the Town Board.

Rosemarie is well versed in the challenges that exist for the Town of Niskayuna in the present economic environment, and is fully committed to continuing work to make Niskayuna the best it can be.

Thomas Constantine

for County Legislature

Michelle Ostrelich

for County Legislature

Steve Swinton

for Town Justice

Niskayuna Democratic Committee