NYS Member of Assembly
115th District  2006 - Present
Clinton, Franklin & St. Lawrence Counties


         • Ranking Republican Member of
                                 Government Operations 
         • Corrections Committee 
         • Ethics Reform & Guidance Committee 
         • Higher Education Committee 
         • Rules Committee;
         • Ways and Means Committee;
         • Secretary, Republican Conference

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A letter from Governor Andrew Cuomo








Dear Constituent,

It is an honor and privilege for me to represent you in the New York State Assembly.  I greatly appreciate the overwhelming bipartisan support I received in the November elections and look forward to continuing to serve the new 115th Assembly District.

Due to redistricting last year, the Assembly District number has changed to 115th, and I now represent all of the Clinton and Franklin Counties and 4 towns in St. Lawrence County.  The district is more than 3,000 square miles with one city (Plattsburgh), 37 towns, and 16 school districts. 

When we return to Albany for the 2013 session, I will continue to be the Ranking Minority member on the Government Operations Committee.  In addition, I continue to serve on the Corrections, Ethics and Guidance and Higher Education Committees.  Minority Leader Kolb has also appointed me to the Rules and Ways and Means Committees, and he asked me to serve as the Secretary of the Republican Conference. I’ve also moved my office in the Legislative Office Building to Room 635 so if you are in Albany at any time when we are in session, please stop in to visit.
The first priority as we begin session is the passage of an on-time, balanced budget on or before March 31st.  This year as in prior years many issues need to be debated and some major legislation must be passed.  As we negotiate and discuss the budget and proposed bills, I’m pleased to be a part of state government that has taken some bold steps to reign in spending and promote economic development to attract businesses, create jobs and grow the economy. 

I have worked collaboratively with many of my Assembly colleagues both Republicans and Democrats.  Although we may have different political views, we share a common concern for the well-being of our constituents, the realization that we must find ways to relieve the burden on our local businesses, and a desire to make the right decisions at the right time. 

A critical and the most visible part of the Assembly position takes place in Albany passing the budget and voting on legislation. The most rewarding part of the position takes place in the District while assisting individuals, businesses, non-profit organizations, local governments and school districts.  Working together to improve the quality of life in the North Country is most satisfying.

I look forward to the opportunity to continue to serve you.  I appreciate hearing from constituents on matters of concern. If you have any issues you want to discuss with me, please feel free to contact me. 


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