The Westchester Republican County Committee is headquartered at 214 Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains, New York. The Westchester GOP has a long and distinguished history of electing qualified local candidates to federal, state and local office, as well as judicial candidates.
Volunteers from throughout Westchester County work together on our grassroots campaigns to bring a message of smaller, more efficient government, lower taxes, job creation and restoring economic prosperity and fiscal sanity to Westchester.
Our elected leaders include Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and Minority Leader Jim Maisano in the County Legislature.
The County Committee’s leadership team includes:
- Chairman Douglas A. Colety
- Vice Chairman Bob Amelio
- 2nd Vice Chair Christine Sculti
- Treasurer Thomas Belcastro
- Secretary John Cerino
- Executive Director Barbara Tubiolo
- Digital Director Christopher Arnold
- Law Committee Chairman Guy T. Parisi, Esq.
Click on their name to send them an email message, or give our headquarters a call at (914) 949 – 3020.
Westchester County is broken down into over one thousand election districts, each of which elect two Republican District leaders every two years to serve as members of the Westchester Republican County Committee. Committemembers are charged with voting to endorse Republican candidates and conducting the grassroots efforts to get them elected.
In addition, they select from each of the eight Assembly Districts that comprise Wetschester one male and one female member to represent Westchester on the New York Republican State Committee, which handles statewide endorsements. Also elected in each Assembly District are judicial delegates who conduct judicial interviews and endorsements.
The current State Committee members are:
88th Assembly District
Douglas A. Colety
89th Assembly District
Thomas J. Keller
90th Assembly District
91st Assembly District
Valerie Moore O’Keefe
Guy T. Parisi
92nd Assembly District
93rd Assembly District
94th Assembly District
James F. Chisholm
95th Assembly District
Stephen P. Dewey