We tried it their way; it hasn't worked. 

Not Left, Not Right, Forward

New York 25th Congressional District in the US House of Representatives

GREGG SADWICK
FOR
US CONGRESS
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We tried it their way, and it didn't work. 

Not Left, Not Right, Forward

New York 25th Congressional District in the US House of Representatives

GREGG SADWICK
FOR
US CONGRESS
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Learn more about Sadwick for Congress
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Introducing Congressional Candidate Gregg Sadwick 

Gregg Sadwick for US Congress

Introducing Congressional Candidate Gregg Sadwick 

A Dedicated Business Leader Looking to Bring Real World Experience to Government.

Gregg is a lifelong resident of Monroe County, except for the years he proudly served as an Officer in the United States Navy.   Upon his return to the area, he became involved in various small businesses in different industries where he earned equity positions based on his performance and the trust he established with stakeholders.  His most recent ventures include owning and operating two local businesses that employ over 100 people combined.  Gregg has been an active member of the Greece Rotary Club for over 20 years serving as its President during the 2022-23 Rotary year.  He is a graduate of St. John Fisher University, and he received his MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology.  Gregg currently resides in Penfield to be closer to his two sons as they start their families.

Sadwick has been an active member of the Greece Rotary Club for over 20 years serving as its President during the 2022-23 Rotary year.  A graduate of St. John Fisher University, and receiving his MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology, he currently resides in Penfield to be closer to his two sons as they start their families.

Gregg’s experience in small business, the heart of the American economy, his military service, and the fact that he has not been part of the political industry, allows him to bring an unencumbered perspective to a system where party patronage has often prevented our elected representatives from doing what is right for America and the districts they represent. His style has been one of understanding each stakeholders perspective and driving toward cooperative solutions.  He often says, “I have more in common with my ‘Blue Neighbors’, than I do with the extremes in my party.  And my ‘Blue Neighbors’ have more in common with me, than they do with the extremes in their party”. Understanding that, Gregg believes it is more productive to build on our similarities than divide by our differences.

His most recent ventures include owning and operating two local businesses that employ over 100 people combined.  Gregg has been an active member of the Greece Rotary Club for over 20 years serving as its President during the 2022-23 Rotary year.  He is a graduate of St. John Fisher University, and he received his MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology.  Gregg currently resides in Penfield to be closer to his two sons as they start their families. 

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Click to Learn About Gregg Sadwick's Policy Positions
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Affordability

We have a lack of Vision in our region- while we have some federal money coming in, our quality of life is down, our population is steadily decreasing, and our purchasing power is deteriorating. 

We have a lack of quality and affordable housing, gas prices are high, our grocery and utility bills are getting out of hand, and many need 2 or more jobs just to survive.

Currently, most taxpayer dollars are being spent on the wrong ideas, seemingly funneled to those who have the resources to align politically with the agenda of established politicians and Washington elites. This exacerbates the wealth gap and threatens the affordability for working-class families. 

 

Immigration Reform

Ensuring the integrity of our borders is paramount, and simply advocating for open borders is certainly not a feasible solution.

However, it is imperative that we welcome individuals who undergo a thorough vetting processes and embrace the values of the American Dream. We must prioritize admitting those who contribute positively to our economy and uphold the principles that define our nation. 

 
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Inflation

The current US debt has surpassed $34 Trillion, which costs over $433 billion/year just to service that debt. This leads to inflation, a burden that continues to be placed on the backs of every day taxpayers. This leads to the reality that we are all poorer than we were just 4 years ago. 

It doesn't need to be this way. 

I would vote to end the practice of pork spending being hidden in 1,000 page proposed bills (which are often voted on last minute) and replace those with single issue legislation. We ought to look to investing in more opportunities that all sides agree on.

 

Foreign Policy & National Defense

$45 Billion in aid have gone missing in Afghanistan, and we have already lost track of $1 billion in military equipment to Ukraine. 

Ensuring the safety of our military personnel and avoiding prolonged conflicts should be a shared priority. Nonetheless, safeguarding our national security interests abroad can be beneficial as it promotes stability in the world. As a military veteran, I firmly believe in the principle of maintaining peace through strength. Achieving this requires transparency and accountability in how funds allocated for international endeavors are managed. 

 

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Pro-Women's Rights

I strongly support a woman's right to make decisions about her own body, and certainly believe it is not up to the federal government to make that decision. 

When it comes to the topic of abortion,  I personally value the sanctity of life and believe we should focus on reducing the need for abortion through comprehensive sex education, access to affordable and reliable contraception, and addressing social and economic factors such as poverty and healthcare access. I believe it's about respecting individual autonomy and dignity while striving to create a society where abortion becomes increasingly rare. 

 
Inflation
Immigration reform
political accountability
Foreign policy
Pro-women's rights
Affordability

Gregg Sadwick's Policy Positions

Discover Sadwick's Vision and Stance on Key Issues Facing Our Nation.

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Affordability

We have a lack of Vision in our region- while we have some federal money coming in, our quality of life is down, our population is steadily decreasing, and our purchasing power is deteriorating. 

We have a lack of quality and affordable housing, gas prices are high, our grocery and utility bills are getting out of hand, and many need 2 or more jobs just to survive.

Currently, most taxpayer dollars are being spent on the wrong ideas, seemingly funneled to those who have the resources to align politically with the agenda of established politicians and Washington elites. This exacerbates the wealth gap and threatens the affordability for working-class families. 

 

Immigration Reform

Ensuring the integrity of our borders is paramount, and simply advocating for open borders is certainly not a feasible solution.

However, it is imperative that we welcome individuals who undergo a thorough vetting processes and embrace the values of the American Dream. We must prioritize admitting those who contribute positively to our economy and uphold the principles that define our nation. 

 
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Inflation

The current US debt has surpassed $34 Trillion, which costs over $433 billion/year just to service that debt. This leads to inflation, a burden that continues to be placed on the backs of every day taxpayers. This leads to the reality that we are all poorer than we were just 4 years ago. 

It doesn't need to be this way. 

I would vote to end the practice of pork spending being hidden in 1,000 page proposed bills (which are often voted on last minute) and replace those with single issue legislation. We ought to look to investing in more opportunities that all sides agree on.

 

Foreign Policy & National Defense

$45 Billion in aid have gone missing in Afghanistan, and we have already lost track of $1 billion in military equipment to Ukraine. 

Ensuring the safety of our military personnel and avoiding prolonged conflicts should be a shared priority. Nonetheless, safeguarding our national security interests abroad can be beneficial as it promotes stability in the world. As a military veteran, I firmly believe in the principle of maintaining peace through strength. Achieving this requires transparency and accountability in how funds allocated for international endeavors are managed. 

 

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Pro-Women's Rights

I strongly support a woman's right to make decisions about her own body, and certainly believe it is not up to the federal government to make that decision. 

When it comes to the topic of abortion,  I personally value the sanctity of life and believe we should focus on reducing the need for abortion through comprehensive sex education, access to affordable and reliable contraception, and addressing social and economic factors such as poverty and healthcare access. I believe it's about respecting individual autonomy and dignity while striving to create a society where abortion becomes increasingly rare. 

 
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Affordability

We have a lack of Vision in our region- while we have some federal money coming in, our quality of life is down, our population is steadily decreasing, and our purchasing power is deteriorating. 

We have a lack of quality and affordable housing, gas prices are high, our grocery and utility bills are getting out of hand, and many need 2 or more jobs just to survive.

Currently, most taxpayer dollars are being spent on the wrong ideas, seemingly funneled to those who have the resources to align politically with the agenda of established politicians and Washington elites. This exacerbates the wealth gap and threatens the affordability for working-class families. 

 

Immigration Reform

Ensuring the integrity of our borders is paramount, and simply advocating for open borders is certainly not a feasible solution.

However, it is imperative that we welcome individuals who undergo a thorough vetting processes and embrace the values of the American Dream. We must prioritize admitting those who contribute positively to our economy and uphold the principles that define our nation. 

 
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Inflation

The current US debt has surpassed $34 Trillion, which costs over $433 billion/year just to service that debt. This leads to inflation, a burden that continues to be placed on the backs of every day taxpayers. This leads to the reality that we are all poorer than we were just 4 years ago. 

It doesn't need to be this way. 

I would vote to end the practice of pork spending being hidden in 1,000 page proposed bills (which are often voted on last minute) and replace those with single issue legislation. We ought to look to investing in more opportunities that all sides agree on.

 

Foreign Policy & National Defense

$45 Billion in aid have gone missing in Afghanistan, and we have already lost track of $1 billion in military equipment to Ukraine. 

Ensuring the safety of our military personnel and avoiding prolonged conflicts should be a shared priority. Nonetheless, safeguarding our national security interests abroad can be beneficial as it promotes stability in the world. As a military veteran, I firmly believe in the principle of maintaining peace through strength. Achieving this requires transparency and accountability in how funds allocated for international endeavors are managed. 

 

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Pro-Women's Rights

I strongly support a woman's right to make decisions about her own body, and certainly believe it is not up to the federal government to make that decision. 

When it comes to the topic of abortion,  I personally value the sanctity of life and believe we should focus on reducing the need for abortion through comprehensive sex education, access to affordable and reliable contraception, and addressing social and economic factors such as poverty and healthcare access. I believe it's about respecting individual autonomy and dignity while striving to create a society where abortion becomes increasingly rare.