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Judge Thomas Marcelle Earns Laborers Local 190 Endorsement for State Supreme Court

Written By Editor on 9/12/22 | 9/12/22

The Laborers Local 190 has endorsed Judge Thomas Marcelle for State Supreme Court in the Third Judicial District. 

The endorsement by Laborers Local 190 of Judge Marcelle is the latest to recognize his experience and legal ability earned during his career as judge and attorney. He recently secured the endorsement of Council 82, a union representing law enforcement professionals from across New York State, among other endorsements. 

Judge Marcelle welcomed the important endorsement by Laborers Local 190. 

“The members of Laborers Local 190 helped build our communities and quality of life with their hard work, talent and commitment. It is an honor to receive their endorsement for our campaign for Supreme Court,” said Judge Marcelle. 

“We are building support from many different groups and areas of the judicial district, as shown by the endorsement from Laborers Local 190. The support and endorsement of Local 190, along with other endorsements, is significant and a boost to our campaign’s momentum,” added Judge Marcelle. 

As Cohoes City Court Judge, Judge Marcelle was the first judge to rule the state’s bail reform violated the State Constitution. He has resolved or heard hundreds of cases, and successfully argued a case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. 

Laborers Local 190 includes members employed in the construction industry and related fields. Local 190 represents members from 10 upstate counties, including four counties in the Third Judicial District, where Judge Marcelle is a candidate. 

The Third Judicial District includes seven counties in a large part of upstate, including Albany, Rensselaer, Columbia, Greene, Schoharie, Ulster and Sullivan counties. 

Judge Marcelle has served as City Court Judge in Cohoes for the past seven years. As City Court Judge, he has heard and resolved thousands of cases in the busy court. He also served as 

Albany County Attorney and as a counsel in the Albany County Legislature, and has been appointed to positions of public trust by both Democrats and Republicans. 

He argued and won a case before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2001. He maintains a private practice, where he handles cases big and small for clients. 

Marcelle has received the Republican and Conservative endorsements for State Supreme Court at upcoming conventions in early August.

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