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New York Republican Arrested after Drunken Driving: Brian Kolb Bio, Wiki, Age, Married, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Quick Facts You Need to Know

Brian Kolb Bio

Brian Kolb Wiki – Brian Kolb Biography

Brian Kolb Bio: Brian M. Kolb, a 67-year-old Republican from Canandaigua who represents a district just outside Rochester, was arrested near his home after what he called a “lapse in judgment.”

Quick Facts You Need to Know

BornAugust 14, 1952 (age 67 years), Rochester, New York, United States
SpouseLauren Kolb
PartyRepublican Party
EducationSPC – St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus, Roberts Wesleyan College

Married, Wife, Children

Kolb resides in Canandaigua, New York. He is married to Lauren Kolb and has three children-Britton, Clayton, and Kylie-and two grandchildren.

Early life and career

Kolb was born in Rochester, New York. He received his Associate of Arts degree from Saint Petersburg Junior College in 1980. In 1996, he received his B.S. from Roberts Wesleyan College, and he continued on to receive his M.S. from Roberts Wesleyan in 1998. He became an adjunct professor at Roberts Wesleyan in 2000. He was a co-founder of North American Filter Corporation and is a former President/COO of Refraction Technologies Corporation.[better source needed]

Political career

From 1986 to 1987, Kolb was the Town Supervisor for the Town of Richmond and served on the Ontario County Board of Supervisors.[citation needed]

New York State Assembly

Kolb was first elected to the New York State Assembly in a special election in February 2000. As of January 2020, he has been re-elected nine times. Kolb represented the 129th Assembly District from 2000 to 2012, and has represented the 131st Assembly District since 2013. [a better source is needed] The 131st New York Assembly District comprises the entire County of Ontario and parts of Seneca County in northern New York State.

A Republican, Kolb was elected as a minority leader of the Assembly following the resignation of Jim Tedisco. He became the Minority Leader of the Assembly on April 6, 2009. As of December 2018, Kolb is the legislative leader with more years of service in the New York State Legislature.

A member of the National Rifle Association, Kolb appeared alongside the controversial CEO of the organization, Wayne LaPierre, at a lobby day event in Albany in 2012. [A better source is needed] Kolb is also a member of the Rifle Association and New York State pistol.

In 2017, Kolb was the only one of the five state legislative leaders in New York and six elected officials throughout the state who supported New York Proposition 1 (2017), which called for a state constitutional convention. Proposition 1 was defeated at the polls, receiving only 16% of the votes.

Kolb is a member of the Advisory Board of the ARC of Ontario, a member of the Children of the American Legion, the Knights of Columbus, the Society of American Irish Legislators, the Board of Directors of the Charity Classic of Ontario, the Advisory Board of the ARC of Ontario and New York. Farm Bureau [A better source is needed

Potential bids for political office

Kolb had been named as a leading Republican contender in New York’s 29th congressional district in 2010; however, he declined to seek the seat after becoming a minority leader. Though his potential candidacy was never taken seriously, he also declined an opportunity to run against Kirsten Gillibrand for United States Senate and also declined to run for Congress in 2012, this time against Democrat Kathy Hochul.

On December 12, 2017, Kolb announced his intent to run for Governor of New York in 2018. He withdrew from the gubernatorial race in February 2018.

Column Urging Residents not to drink and drive

Less than two weeks before his arrest, Kolb, the Republican leader of the state Assembly, penned a column urging residents not to drink and drive around the holidays — especially on New Year’s Eve.

 Brian Kolb crashed in front of his home before DWI Arrest

On December 31, 2019, Kolb was arrested for driving while intoxicated following a single-vehicle collision in Victor, New York.

Assemblyman Brian Kolb had nearly made it home on New Year’s Eve when he crashed his state-owned vehicle into a ditch in front of his home, according to the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office.

 Brian Kolb Charges

Brian Kolb, 67, was arrested Tuesday night and charged with driving while intoxicated, deputies said. His blood alcohol content was over 0.08 percent, the state’s legal limit, the sheriff’s office said in a news release.

 Brian Kolb Court Appearance

Kolb was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated and making an unsafe turn. He’s due to appear in Victor Town Court at a later date, the sheriff’s office said.