ALBANY – NYGOP Chair Ed Cox today was unanimously elected to serve a full two-year term as Chair of the New York Republican State Committee at the State Committee’s biennial reorganizational meeting. Cox had been serving as Chair of the State Committee since his unanimous election to replace outgoing Chair Congressman Nick Langworthy on March 13 of this year. Cox previously served as Chair of the Republican State Committee from 2009 to 2019.
Following his election, Cox released the following statement:
“Our New York Republican Party has never been so united. Unity is our strength, and united we will prevail against the radical progressives who have seized power in New York.
“One-party Democrat rule has brought with it rising crime and public disorder, an unvetted migrant crisis spiraling out of control, rising costs of living and doing business, a broken public school system, a bloated state budget and a mass exodus of some of our most productive citizens – over 500,000 have fled New York in the last two years alone.
“New Yorkers just want common sense government and safe streets, good jobs, good schools and an affordable cost of living. It’s time for a change and Republicans are that change.”