Meet Your 2022
SENATE REPUBLICAN candidates
Our slate of candidates for the 2022 elections...
Senate District 03
Dean believes that success breeds success and the more businesses succeed and grow, the more opportunities they create for our next generation, so they too can thrive and have a bright future here at home.
Senate District 04
Candidate for New York State Senator District 4
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Senate District 05
Thanks to Steve’s advocacy, Nassau County blocked efforts to defund police and invested in the Nassau County Police Department, which now has even more officers on the street protecting our loved ones, as well as our homes and neighborhoods.
Senate District 07
With the democrat majorities in the State Senate and Assembly now controlled by radical, New York City progressives, our state is in disarray and our suburbs no longer have a voice in Albany.
Senate District 09
As our voice in Albany, Patricia will push to protect STAR and deliver tax relief to Middle Class Long Island families, for more state funding for Nassau’s world-class public schools and more accountability and common sense in state government.
With taxes through the roof, criminals set free on our street and our suburban quality of life under attack, we need Patricia fighting for us in the State Senate more than ever.
Senate District 11
It’s clear that the single party rule we’ve been under for years needs to be challenged. Our community needs a fresh face - there needs to be a new vision and new direction to represent the people of Queens. This community has and always will be my first priority, and I want to represent YOUR interests in the State Senate if I am blessed with the opportunity to do so.
Senate District 17
Vito LaBella has served the community as an NYPD officer and education advocate, retiring from law enforcement in 2017. As a former lieutenant, 9/11 first responder, and proud dad of two sons and a daughter in a multi-generational head of household that includes his wife and mother along with his two dogs, he believes we need to keep fighting for our community.
Senate District 38
I am committed to keeping our communities safe, supporting education, and giving our future generation a home that they can afford, and be proud of. We lead the nation in people, moving out. It's an unacceptable statistic.
For too many of our children, living in New York is simply not a viable option, and enough is enough.
Senate District 39
I have been in public service since I was 18,” noting his career as a volunteer with the Arlington Fire District, a career with the Town of Poughkeepsie Police Department, and more than 15 years as an elected official. Rolison retired as a detective with the town police before becoming a Dutchess County Legislator, including several years as the Chairman of the Legislature, before being elected twice as the Mayor of the City of Poughkeepsie.
Senate District 40
Gina Arena is running for the State Senate because she wants to bring new jobs and economic growth to the Hudson Valley, improve local schools and public transportation, and make our streets and communities safer for everyone.
Senate District 43
Our communities need a strong and sustainable direction. In many cases our current path has been leading us in circles. We cannot tax ourselves into prosperity, and we cannot be discouraged with each other to the point that we abandon our shared civic duties. I will continue to bring this attitude to Albany.
Senate District 46
Protecting our most vulnerable residents, promoting family farms, preserving the unique character of our small towns and communities, these are the things our state government should be focused on, but they’re not.
As a state trooper, he’s seen just how devastating the bail and discovery reform laws have been to our communities and to law enforcement. Rich brings these first-hand experiences to the Senate, so he can lead the fight to repeal these laws.
Senate District 48
Affordability, ensuring people can "make ends meet", and enriching our quality of life are all critical to my mission. I am committed to keeping our communities safe, supporting education, and giving our future generation a home that they can afford, and be proud of. We lead the nation in people, moving out. It's an unacceptable statistic. For too many of our children, living in New York is simply not a viable option, and enough is enough. I will be a State Senator – For All of Us.
Senate District 49
We need a fighter with North Country values and Upstate principles to represent us in Albany. As an assemblyman, Mark has been fighting for families, calling out corruption, promoting the economy, defending the future of our region, and the Constitution.
Senate District 50
Far-left politicians and the liberal elites in Albany have built a legacy and a career on letting us down. They’re too busy focusing on liberal policies and have lost touch with what really matters here in Central New York: our safety, our kids, our community, and a long-term vision for the region.
Senate District 52
The hard-working people, scenic views and strong community values are what make our area special. I chose a path of public service because I wanted to give back to a community that has given so much to me
- and I’m proud of what we accomplished. That’s why I am running for New York State Senate, to serve as your voice in Albany.
Senate District 55
Len Morrell has a lifelong career of solving problems, servant leadership and is eager to reform systems that have failed our residents. Improving public safety and our educational system, expanding business opportunities, reigning in excessive taxes and inflation to help our residents thrive… that is why Len is running for Senate in New York’s 56th District.
Senate District 56
It was an honor to serve as Police Chief working with the men and women dedicated to keeping our hometown safe. Unfortunately, our state senators have worked with New York’s career politicians to squander our communities' best strengths. Albany’s pro-criminal agenda has made Rochester a place known for violence, not opportunity.