From the Office of the Broome County Legislature:
5th District Legislator Daniel J. Reynolds was unanimously re-elected Chairman by the Broome
County Legislature at its Organizational Session on Monday, January 4th via Zoom
videoconferencing. The Organizational Session begins the 2021-2022 Legislative Term.
Reynolds, who represents part of the Town of Vestal, was first elected Chairman in December
2015 and was unanimously re-elected Chairman for the 2017-2018 and 2019-2020 Legislature
“I am honored to be re-elected by my colleagues to serve as Chairman of the Legislature,” said
Legislature Chairman Daniel J. Reynolds. “Under our leadership, we’ve cut taxes and increased
transparency and accessibility for the public while keeping County finances in check. As we move
forward in 2021, we will ensure all county spending is justified and that we’re looking out for the
taxpayers as we continue to navigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“During his time as Chairman, Dan’s always been open and accessible,” said Legislature Majority
Leader Cindy O’Brien. “He’s worked with all Legislators and the County Administration to make
sure that our local businesses, healthcare organizations, schools, and frontline workers have had
the help they need during these challenging times. I’m looking forward to continuing to work with
Dan in the coming term to protect the interests of the residents of Broome County.”
Reynolds was first elected to the Broome County Legislature in 2010 and is a lifelong resident of
the Town of Vestal. He has previously served as Majority Leader and Finance Committee Chair.
A graduate of Vestal High School and Binghamton University’s Master of Public Administration
program, Dan is also the Director of Operations at a local insurance and financial services firm.