Gerry served as Rush’s Building Inspector, Code Enforcement Officer, Town Council member and as Rush Town Supervisor for the past four years. His amiable manner and willingness to listen endeared him to all who worked with him. Gerry is a people person who brought the highest integrity to his years of public service. Amber devoted […]
The Rush Democratic Committee is seeking a volunteer who need not be a Rush resident to manage its webpage and social media account, presently just Facebook. Website uses WordPress. Content will come only from Rush Democratic Town Leader, Susan Swanton. If interested, send email to Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at  455-4450.
Every year early in the year, political committees all over New York State must gather to interview and vote on potential candidates for the forthcoming year. The Rush Democratic Committee will be holding its annual caucus and designation of candidates for town, county, state and national offices on Saturday, January 27th from 9:30 to 11:30
Absentee ballots and affidavits were counted on Monday 11/15/21, increasing our margin of victory. As of today, Friday 11/19/21, those vote counts are the official certified election results. Here are the official vote tallies: Town Supervisor Kusse 772, Wickerham 722 Town Board, Chase 1113 Morelli 729 Kolb 690 Lang 364
WHAT: Meet the Candidates Night for those running for office to represent Rush, including candidates for Monroe County Legislature WHEN: Thursday, October 14, 6:30 to 7:30 PM WHERE: Rush United Methodist Church, 6200 Rush-Lima Road, in the sanctuary SPONSORED BY: The Rush Recreation and Park Association (Rush RPA) The candidates will be given up to
Gerry Kusse and Amber Corbin formally became, respectively Town Supervisor and Councilwoman at a well-attended official swearing-in ceremony at Town Hall on January 2, 2020. A reception with refreshments followed, and after that came the Town Board’s organizational meeting.