Syracuse, NY — On October 18, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (NY-21) announced her support for Danielle Fogel, candidate for New York Supreme Court in the 5th Judicial District.
“Danielle Fogel has the experience, integrity, and dedication to serve our community honorably as New York State Supreme Court Justice. She is a distinguished trial lawyer with over 16 years practicing law, including serving as President of the Onondaga County Bar Association and Central New York Women’s Bar Association. I am excited to endorse Danielle’s campaign to serve Jefferson, Lewis, Onondaga, Herkimer, Oneida, and Oswego counties in the New York State Supreme Court, and I look forward to Republican victories up and down the ballot on November 2nd!” – said Stefanik
“I am grateful that Elise understands the experience I bring to this position, and I am grateful for her support. Having tried cases in the Supreme Court ensures I have the necessary experience to seamlessly transition to being a Judge the moment I am sworn in. Being a Judge is something I have worked my entire career for, and I could not be more excited for this opportunity to serve the community. I am honored that Congresswoman Stefanik supports my candidacy.” – Fogel commented when asked upon receiving the endorsement.
Fogel is an experienced trial lawyer who has spent her entire career advocating for clients in New York State Supreme Court matters involving civil litigation. In this capacity, she has tried dozens of cases to verdict and argued hundreds of motions and appeals. She is the current president of the Onondaga County Bar Association, and a past president of the Central New York Women’s Bar Association. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Utica College and a Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law. She is a committed community volunteer having served on numerous boards and committees at local not-for-profit agencies including McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center and Anita’s Stevens Swan Humane Society. Fogel has lived and worked in Central New York her entire life. She was born and raised in South Utica and currently lives in East Syracuse with her husband Michael and their sons, Anthony and Mason.
Election Day is November 2nd with early voting beginning on October 23rd.
To learn more about Danielle’s campaign, visit http://www.daniellefogelforsupremecourt.com/