Serve America Movement Strongly Endorses Jacob McMahon for County Legislator


Friday, August 16, 2019
Contact: Jesse Prieto, 716-525-5170

Serve America Movement Strongly Endorses Jacob McMahon for County Legislator

U.S. Marine Jacob McMahon earns 4th Party endorsement for County Legislator

Tonawanda, NY – Jacob McMahon was strongly endorsed by the Serve America Movement, and will carry their line on the ballot in the November 5th Election.

“I am proud to have the endorsement of the Serve America Movement. Our shared fight for better opportunity and stronger ethics in government is exactly what we need in our community. Self-serving, career politicians have left New York taxpayers behind, and now is our chance to take a stand for change. It’s public service, not self service, and I am ready to put the taxpayers first in Erie County,” said Jacob McMahon.

Jacob McMahon is a U.S. Marine who enlisted at age 17 and returned home to Grand Island after serving with the Anti-Terrorism Security Team in Norfolk-VA, Guantanamo Bay-Cuba, and Bahrain. After serving honorably overseas, Jacob returned to train new US Marines as Fire Team Leader in Camp Pendleton, California. In a training exercise gone awry, an ignited gas leak left Jacob with extensive and severe burns to his face, neck, and hands.

Jacob McMahon is currently serving as a Grand Island Volunteer Firefighter, and working at the WNY Veterans Housing Coalition as a Case Manager.  The Serve America Movement endorsed Jacob McMahon for 4th District County Legislator which includes Grand Island, the Town of Tonawanda, and the City of Tonawanda. Jacob is endorsed by the Republican, Conservative, Independence, and Serve America Movement for the election on November 5th.


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U.S. D.O.D visual information does not constitute endorsement.

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