The 2018 general election will take place on November 6, 2018.

Mark Molinaro for Governor

Marc Molinaro personifies the term “Public Servant.” At a time, when people have lost faith in elected officials who focus on serving themselves over the people they were elected to represent and have become disheartened over a system of politics overcome by corruption and greed, along comes Marc Molinaro. VISIT WEBSITE > image description

Julie Killian for Lt. Governor

For the last 25 years, Julie Killian has worked to make Westchester County a better place to live, work and raise a family. As a Rye City Councilwoman and Deputy Mayor, Julie led the fight to reform local government and held the line on property taxes. Julie also protected Rye taxpayers by selling unnecessary city property and using the proceeds to fund critical infrastructure investments. VISIT WEBSITE > image description

Keith Wofford for Attorney General

Keith Wofford is co-managing partner of a 320-lawyer New York office. Keith is the Republican candidate for Attorney General of New York. His top priority is to tackle Albany’s corruption and make the AG’s office independent. VISIT WEBSITE > image description

Jonathan Trichter for Comptroller

Jonathan Trichter is an investment banker and public finance expert. He has worked for J.P. Morgan, the restructuring firm MAEVA Group LLC and served on underwriting teams for the largest municipal bond issuers in the country. His work has helped state and local governments identify major long-term liabilities that were previously unaccounted for. VISIT WEBSITE > image description

Daniel M. Donovan for Congress

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 WEBSITE > image description

Ron Castorina for Surrogate Court Judge

Dedicated to the ideals of justice and hard work, Ron Castorina has fearlessly fought for Staten Island as an Attorney, Commissioner of the NYC Board of Elections, as a Lieutenant in the New York Guard Army Division, and now as a member of the New York State Assembly. VISIT WEBSITE > image description

Andrew J. Lanza for State Senate

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 WEBSITE > image description

Nicole Malliotakis for Assembly

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 WEBSITE > image description

Micheal Reilly for Assembly

Mike has been a tremendous advocate for the entire Staten Island community. He has a knack for building coalitions and bringing people together to develop common sense solutions to community problems. VISIT WEBSITE > image description