Governor Cuomo Announces Appointment of Assembly Member Jamie Romeo to Monroe County Clerk
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the appointment of Assembly Member Jamie Romeo to the Office of Monroe County Clerk.
"Assembly Member Romeo is a true public servant and forceful advocate for Monroe County," Governor Cuomo said. "I am proud to appoint her Monroe County Clerk and I am confident that she will continue to do a great job working on behalf of county residents."
Assembly Member Jamie Romeo said, "I want to thank Governor Cuomo for this tremendous honor and vote of confidence. Serving Monroe County has been a passion of mine since before I could register to vote, and I am humbled at the opportunity to continue serving the residents of our great community. I have an ambitious vision for the County Clerk's Office, and working with our partners in government like County Executive Adam Bello I am confident we will continue to pull back the veil that has hidden County Government from the residents it serves for far too long. County Government, including the Clerk's Office, has tremendous opportunity to create tangible, positive change in our community and I look forward to being a part of this new era in Monroe County's history."
Assembly Member Jamie Romeo
Assembly Member Jamie Romeo was first elected to office in 2018. She is lifelong resident of the town of Irondequoit in Monroe County. As an undergraduate and graduate student at St. John Fisher College then SUNY Brockport, she worked as a staff member for the Monroe County Legislature, soon rising to staff director. Assembly Member Romeo also served as the chief of staff to former New York State Senator Ted O'Brien, representing the 55th District. She also was a recipient of the International Humanitarian Award by the United Nations Association of Rochester in 2011.