C. WILLIAM GAYLOR
- Gaylor, 58, of Lynbrook, is a general practice attorney seeking a fourth term. He is on the Republican and Conservative party lines. He is a former traffic judge in Nassau County and a former associate attorney general in Lynbrook Village.
- He highlights his record in the army, which took him to Panama, Germany, South Korea and Kosovo, among others, before retiring as a lieutenant colonel after 23 years.
- He received his law degree from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University and a master’s degree in business administration from East Texas State University.
- Gaylor said he would support funding programs to protect communities, such as adding the ShotSpotter shot detection system to several areas, including Hicksville.
- He said he has been part of Republicans’ efforts to sponsor bills and highlight issues, including calling for corrections to County Executive Laura Curran’s renewal of the property valuation system.
- He said he would look for ways to reduce taxes and fees.
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