Governor

Marc Molinaro

Marc Molinaro

Marc Molinaro is the the Dutchess County Executive. He’s running for Governor and wants to clean up Albany and make our state work for all of us!

Lieutenant Governor

Julie Killian

Julie Killian

Julie is a former Rye Town Councilwoman and is Marc’s Lieutenant Governor pick! She’s ready to fix up Albany and make sure New Yorkers of all backgrounds have the chance to succeed.

Comptroller

Jonathan Trichter

Jonathan Trichter

Jonathan is an experienced financial executive wants to make sure the Comptroller’s office remains the way it should be: apolitical. He’s worked for both the private and public sector, and helped Harry Wilson nearly win the Comptroller’s race in 2010.

Attorney General

Keith Wofford

Keith Wofford

Keith Wofford is running for Attorney General. While currently a co-managing partner of Ropes and Gray LLP’s 300-lawyer New York office, he wasn’t always a resident of NYC. Born and raised in Buffalo, he excelled in school thanks to the support of his blue-collar parents. Following that, he attended Harvard College and Harvard Law School, graduating with honors. Now, he’s determined to make a difference for all New Yorkers and uphold the law without playing politics.

U.S. Senate

Chele Farley

Chele Farley

Chele Farley is running for the United States Senate to provide every New York family with the opportunity to succeed. Specifically, Chele is focused on recapturing the $48 billion dollars more that New Yorkers pay in federal taxes each year than the state receives. By addressing the unfair treatment of New York taxpayers, Chele intends to invest in the state’s crumbling roads and bridges and to fix the nation’s largest mass transportation system. Chele recognizes that these infrastructure improvements will create jobs, promote the state’s long-term economic health and ease the crushing burden placed on property taxpayers.

Governor

Marc Molinaro

Lt. Governor

Julie Killian

Comptroller

Jonathan Trichter

Attorney General

Keith Wofford

Chele Farley

U.S. Senate