Chairman Langworthy Taps Western NY Regional Finance Vice-Chairman

Chairman Langworthy Taps Western NY Regional Finance Vice-Chairman

CHAIRMAN LANGWORTHY TAPS JEFFREY WILLIAMS AS

WESTERN NEW YORK REGIONAL FINANCE VICE-CHAIRMAN

Williams Brings a Wealth of Business, Political and Civic Ties to
Help Spearhead Fundraising Efforts in Region


Buffalo, NY–August 23rd….As part of his plans to rebuild, retool and revitalize the New York Republican Party, Chairman Nick Langworthy has appointed top real estate executive, civic leader and former government official, Jeffrey Williams, to serve as the Party’s regional finance vice chairman for Western New York.
Mr. Williams brings a wealth of business, political and philanthropic ties to the Party. He has held several political and governmental positions, serving as the former clerk of the Niagara County Legislature, as a board member of the New York State Thruway Authority and with the RNC and various campaigns across the state. Jeffrey has also held an executive position with National Grid and currently owns and operates more than 800 multi-family housing units in Western New York, where he is involved in local philanthropy, serving on the Boards of Artpark and The Niagara Falls National Heritage Area.
“We are putting together a top-notch group of leaders to take back our state and I’m thrilled that Jeffrey has agreed to join our team,” said NYGOP Chairman Langoworthy. “His incredible network of business, civic and political connections, combined with his dedication to our mission, will be a huge asset to the Party as we seek to grow and strengthen our reach in every corner of the state.”
“When Chairman Langworthy asked me to serve in this position, I jumped at the chance because I know it is the start of a new era for the New York Republican Party,” said Jeffrey Williams. “We have seen the disastrous effects of one-Party Democrat rule on the taxpayers of this state and Nick is the leader who can rebuild our Party and take us to victory. I’m honored to serve in this capacity and look forward to rolling my sleeves up and getting to work.”