Barclay Expected To Become New Assembly Minority Leader Today

Albany, N.Y. - Republicans are expected to vote today on who will be the next Assembly minority leader.

Central New York Assemblyman William Barclay has enough support to take over the position. An Assemblyman vying for the position last week is throwing support behind Barclay.

Barclay was elected to the Assembly in 2002 and has been serving as deputy minority leader.

He'd replace Assemblyman Brian Kolb, who stepped down from his leadership post last week after being arrested for DWI on New Year's Eve. Kolb will remain a member of the Assembly.

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