Welcome to the New York State Senate Republican Campaign Committee’s website.

Whether we come from a small town, the suburbs or a big city, millions of New Yorkers share the same common goals and aspirations:

  • We all want safe, secure and healthy communities.
  • We want a stronger, more vibrant economy… with thousands of new job opportunities that hold the promise of a brighter future.
  • We want outstanding local schools that truly prepare our children for success… and we want young New Yorkers to have an affordable path to a college education.
  • We want a healthy environment, with clean air and water, beautiful parks and green, wide open spaces.
  • We want a New York where women are guaranteed the same rights and opportunities as men… where women’s health care is a top priority… and where discrimination, violence and abuse are not tolerated.
  • We want a government that is responsible, affordable and accountable -- and that actually helps New Yorkers achieve their dreams.

These goals and priorities that are shared by millions of New Yorkers are also precisely the same goals and priorities that drive the New York State Senate Republican Conference.

Senate Republicans have reduced state spending, and ensured that New York’s government becomes more lean, more efficient and more accountable.



Senate Republicans have reduced state spending, and ensured that New York’s government becomes more lean, more efficient and more accountable.  To view the complete list of NYS Senate Republicans, click here.


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    I am humbled and gratified that my colleagues in the Senate Republican conference have unanimously reelected me as their leader. After a campaign in which we faced extraordinary challenges and yet still managed to grow our majority in a Presidential year, I couldn't be more proud to lead this outstanding group of lawmakers. Working together, our accomplishments are many - - a game-changing property tax cap, record support for schools and elimination of the GEA, a 20-percent middle class income tax cut, six straight budgets that have held the line on spending, targeted investments that will create jobs and revitalize our economy, and critical road and bridge funds for every region of the state. Despite these achievements, there is more to be done. Our state is still not affordable for many working and middle class people, and we need to give them the help and hope they deserve. There still aren't enough opportunities for young people and older New Yorkers to live, work, and raise their families here. We continue to grapple with questions over how to best educate our children and how to continue to fully fund their schools. And, we have hard work ahead of us on heroin addiction, Lyme disease, and other important quality-of-life issues. I welcome Chris Jacobs, Pam Helming, Jim Tedisco, and Elaine Phillips to our conference and look forward to working with them and all of our members to protect, strengthen, and grow New York.
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    JOHN FLANAGAN: More than lip service needed to strengthen New York

    Former Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy, who heads the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, recently called for creation of an “Upstate Caucus” in Albany. While the focus on Upstate is certainly welcome, it’s unnecessary if it cannot deliver results. After four years in the Executive Branch, Mr. Duffy should recognize there’s already a group within the state Legislature that is speaking out and standing up for Upstate New York. It’s the Senate Republicans.
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