OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS

Long been a bastion of conservative politics in a liberal city, Staten Island has been proud to send qualified Republicans to Congress, the Statehouse and City Hall. Our current delegation is no exception. Each of them has committed to certain tenets we all hold valuable: lower taxes, our free market system, and the maintanance of our core family values. We engourage you to look at their biographies and read some recent news articles. We are confident that you will see why we are proud of our representatives and trust them to fight for the families of our borough.
 

Congressman Daniel M. Donovan

Dan Donovan is a native Staten Islander who has dedicated his life to serving the people of New York. Dan’s modest upbringing taught him the value of hard work and giving back to his community. VISIT PAGE >

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Borough President James S. Oddo

Poised to take over the office of Staten Island Borough President on January 1, 2014, James s. Oddo enjoyed the largest margin of victory in an open race for that seat in Staten Island history.  When the dust settled in the late evening on Election Day, 2013, Mr. Oddo had garnered 69% of the vote.  VISIT PAGE > image description
 

Councilman Steven Matteo

Councilman Steven Matteo took office on January 1, 2014. He was elected with 62% of the vote in the 2013 general election. He succeeded James S. Oddo, for whom he previously worked as Chief-of-Staff.  VISIT PAGE >
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State Senator Andrew J. Lanza

Senator Andrew J. Lanza was elected to represent Staten Island’s 24th New York State Senate District on November 7, 2006. As a former New York City Council member, prosecutor, accountant and business owner, Senator Lanza brings extensive public and private experience to the Senate. VISIT PAGE > image description
 

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis

Nicole Malliotakis was elected to the State Assembly on November 2, 2010. A lifelong resident of the 60th District, Nicole attended P.S. 53, I.S. 24, and New Dorp High School. She was the first in her family to graduate from college, earning a B.A. from Seton Hall University and an M.B.A. from Wagner College. VISIT PAGE > image description  
 

Councilman Joseph Borelli

Joe Borelli has represented the South Shore of Staten Island in the New York City Council since November of 2015. Prior to that, he served as the Member of the State Assembly from the 62nd District since 2013. VISIT PAGE >