The Westchester County Republican Committee works diligently to send strong Republican to Albany voices for the taxpayers of Westchester. Working with the National Republican State Leadership Committee, Senate Republican Campaign Commttee (SRCC) and the Republican Assembly Campaign Committee (RACC), the Westchester GOP actively supports campaigns for Governor, Attorney General, State Comptroller, State Senators in the 34th, 35th, 36th, 37th 38th and 40th districts and Members of the Assembly in the 88th, 89th, 90th, 91st, 92nd, 93rd, 94th and 95th districts.Read More »
Dr. Terrence Murphy’s family originally moved to Yorktown 52 years ago when Yorktown’s mascot, the Cornhusker, was still a common and public sight. Growing up next to Wilkens Fruit Farm, Terrence enjoyed an incredible childhood which included apple picking and skating on Mill Pond. As the youngest of six children, his father Jack, a blue-collar, union man and labor advocate who worked for Con Edison for over fifty years taught him the importance of hard work, dedication, and commitment to community. He was elected to …Read More »
Working closely with the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee and the National Republican Congressional Committee, the Westchester GOP has turned the Hudson Valley into a swing area known for sending common sense Republicans to Washington.
In 2016, our candidates will work hard to recapture the 16th, 17th and 18th Congressional districts in Westchester County.
Our endorsed candidates are:
Phil Oliva, 18th Congressional DistrictRead More »
The Westchester Republican County Committee helps elect qualified Republican Judges to the 9th State Supreme Court District, which includes Westchester County, as well as Westchester County Court, Westchester Family Court and Westchester County Surrogate’s Court.
Judicial nominating conventions are held in September. Current elected Republican Judges in Westchester County include:
State Supreme Court
Hon. Orazio R. Bellantoni
Hon. Mark Dillon, Appellate Division, 2nd Department
Hon. Mary Smith
Hon. Thomas Dickerson, Appellate Division, 2nd Department
Hon. Linda Jamieson
Hon. Margaret Garvey
Hon. Charley Wood
Hon. Christine Sproat
Hon. John W. Sweeny, Appellate Division, 1st Department
Westchester County Asian-American Republican Club
Chairman Harry Singh
Westchester County Hispanic Republican Club
Chairman John Albert Rivera
Westchester County Log Cabin Republicans
Chairman Gerry Gershonowitz
Westchester County Women’s Republican Club
Chairwoman Joanne Rosamond
Westchester County Young Republicans
Chairman Matthew McCarrick
The Westchester County Republican Committee’s primary mission is to elect candidates to countywide office including the County Executive, County Clerk, District Attorney and members of the Board of Legislators.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and the eight Republican members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators have been fighting to cut property taxes, create jobs and make Westchester a more affordable place to live.Read More »
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino is part of a new generation of American leaders who believe in facing our nation’s challenges head-on. Unsustainable spending, punishing taxes, and dangerously high debt levels threaten the economic foundation of this country and they must be dealt with before they grow worse.
Mr. Astorino, 45, was elected County Executive in November 2009 after running a campaign to streamline county government and bring tax relief to over-burdened homeowners and businesses. He was elected with almost 58 percent of the vote.Read More »
County Legislator Jim Maisano was raised in New Rochelle, after his family moved there in 1964 from Brooklyn. After serving in the United State Marine Corps and attending college and law school, Jim returned to his hometown of New Rochelle to practice law and enter into public service.
Jim was re-elected to his seventh term on the Westchester County Board of Legislators in 2011. He represents approximately 55,000 people in the City of New Rochelle and Town of Pelham. First elected in 1997, Jim has held …Read More »
Patriotism, service, and faith in God and America have guided Kevin Byrne throughout his life—a life that he’s felt blessed to spend as a resident of the 94th Assembly District.
As Kevin pledged in announcing his candidacy, “We need to bring back the generation we’re losing—and as a member of that generation, I’m determined to lead the charge for change.”Read More »
John G. Testa, a life-long resident of Peekskill, began his first term on the Westchester County Legislature in January 2010. Prior to his successful run for the District1 Legislative seat, he served 3 terms as Mayor of Peekskill from January 2002 until December 2007. Before becoming Mayor he also served a four-year term as Councilman.
From his first days in office Testa worked tirelessly to set the City on the path of economic stability. Peekskill flourished under this plan, increasing the city fund balance to its …Read More »
Margaret Cunzio is currently serving her first term on the Board of Legislators, representing Mount Pleasant, North Castle, Pleasantville and parts of Briarcliff Manor, Sleepy Hollow and Greenburgh.
Cunzio is a lifelong Westchester County resident, having grown up in Armonk and residing in Thornwood for the past 16 years. She currently teaches at Iona College and Western Connecticut State University. She also is a fitness professional at Equinox in Armonk.Read More »
Legislator Gelfarb is serving in his first term on the Board of Legislators. Prior to being elected to the Board, David served for four years as a Rye Town Councilman. During his tenure on the Council, Rye Town reduced overall expenditures and reduced taxes every single year, while increasing the Town’s fund balance. As a Councilman, David also undertook the task of rewriting the Town’s outdated Personnel Manual and Employee Handbook.
David is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, with concentrations …Read More »
Sheila was born and raised in Framingham, Massachusetts and moved to New York in 1983 to attend the College of New Rochelle. Upon graduation in 1987, she remained in New York and began a career in finance for the brokerage firm of EF Hutton. IN 1991, she married Tom Marcotte and eventually left Wall Street as a VP. for Lehman Brothers on the retail high-yield trading desk in 1994 to raise her own family.Read More »
David Tubiolo is a fourth-generation Yonkers resident who is working to make our community a better place each and every day. As someone who has worked with small businesses, David understands Westchester residents are struggling with the crushing burden of property taxes. Too many seniors and young families are moving away because they cannot afford to stay here or find good paying jobs. He was elected in 2016.Read More »
Gordon Burrows is a lifelong Yonkers resident. He became the 15th District’s County Legislator after winning the February 15, 2005 special election, called to fill the seat vacated by Lou Mosiello upon his election to the NYS Assembly. With a little over two months notice, Gordon took on the challenge of organizing his successful campaign for County office.
Gordon has a long history of working in public service. Prior to his election to the County Board, he spent ten years serving on the Yonkers City Council. …Read More »
County Legislator Francis Corcoran captured the 2nd Legislative District seat in 2015, ending eight years of Democratic reign. He represents Somers, Bedford, Mount Kisco, North Salem, Lewisboro, Pound Ridge.
Mr. Corcoran has been working in the financial/capital markets arena for 30 years. He has been active on the forefront of businesses that have significantly impacted the capital markets.Read More »