Steve Hawley, Assemblyman District 139

Skip Draper, Legislator-at-Large; Republican Committee Chairman

Robert Ortt, NY State Senator


Republican and Conservative Party Leaders Fully Endorse Claudia Tenney’s Re-Election, Including 100% of Republican County Committee Chairs Throughout NY-24

Cleveland, NY: Today, all 12 Republican County Chairs and numerous Conservative Party County Chairs gave their individual endorsement to Congresswoman’s Tenney campaign for New York’s 24th Congressional District.

“I am honored to have the support of so many community and party leaders across NY-24. Our shared message of secure borders, safe streets and a smaller government is resonating with voters and unifying our party ahead of the important 2024 elections. I am grateful to have their support and will continue to deliver on my commitment to NY-24,” said Congresswoman Claudia Tenney.

“Congresswoman Claudia Tenney has served NY-24 with tenacity, determination and demonstrated her strong commitment to our shared conservative values. Additionally, Congresswoman Tenney has used her seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee to conduct important oversight into the Biden Crime Family and Washington DC bureaucrats. As we move into the 2024 elections, Republicans and Conservatives must be unified against Biden, Schumer, and Hakeem Jefferies. We are proud to endorse Congresswoman Tenney for re-election so she can continue her fight to secure the border, cut government spending and hold the Biden Administration accountable for their woke and disastrous policies,” said local leaders from New York’s 24th Congressional District.

County Chairs Endorsing Congresswoman Tenney:

  • Jefferson County Republican Committee Chairman Don Coon
  • Jefferson County Conservative Committee Chairman Ken Parks
  • Oswego County Republican Committee Chairman Terry Wilbur
  • Seneca County Republican Committee Chairman Tom Fox
  • Cayuga County Republican Committee Chairman John Camardo
  • Cayuga County Conservative Committee Chairman Dave Pappert
  • Wayne County Republican Committee Chairwoman MaryAnne Nicosia-McCarthy
  • Wayne County Conservative Committee Chairman Mike Garlock
  • Yates County Republican Committee Chairman Jack Prendergast
  • Ontario County Republican Committee Chairwoman Trisha Turner
  • Livingston County Republican Committee Chairman Mike Hillier
  • Livingston County Conservative Committee Chairman Jason McGuire
  • Wyoming County Republican Committee Chairwoman Ellen Grant
  • Genesee County Republican Committee Chairman Scott German
  • Genesee County Conservative Committee Chairwoman Julie Carasone
  • Orleans County Republican Committee Chairman Skip Draper
  • Niagara County Republican Committee Chairman Rich Andres

Meeting with Governor Ron DeSantis in Derby, NY.


Date: October 15, 2023

Time: 9:00 am – Noon


Location: Kendall Fire Hall, 1879 Kendall Rd.

Cost:  $12 Adult, $6 under 10, $1 more at the door

When: September 21st-24th

What’s Included: A tour of our nation’s capital and veteran’s memorials.

Cost: $400-450 per person

Deadline for Registration: August 29th at 3:00 pm

Those who are interested in participating in this event should contact Hawley’s office at 585-589-5780 or email for more details.



This is Kathy Case who retired in July as the Republican Commissioner of Elections  for Orleans County.

We wish her the best as she begins her retirement years.  Kathy was a superior commissioner and will be missed.


Date: September 16, 2023

Time: Doors open at 5:00, Dinner at 6:00


Location: Shelby Fire Department Rec Hall

Cost: $30 per person and Cash Bar


Tickets available by Committee Members

Date: August 20th, 2023
Time: 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Location: Holley Firemen’s Field – North Main Street
Cost: $20.00 per person

You may purchase tickets from any of the Town Republican Committee members.

Ticket’s generously donated by Bogan & Tuttle Funeral Home



Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C-Batavia) is deeply disappointed by Department of Labor (DOL) Commissioner Roberta Reardon’s decision to move forward with the previously-proposed reduction in the farm worker overtime threshold. The measure, which has been hotly debated for a number of years, was finally approved by the DOL this Wednesday. Hawley is concerned about what this will mean for the future of New York farmers.

“For the past three years, my colleagues and I have advocated for the family farmers of New York who have told us time and again that any changes to the overtime threshold would severely impact their economic security. I’m deeply disappointed that the DOL and Commissioner Reardon have ignored those pleas,” Hawley said.

“Agriculture is the largest industry in New York, and its workers are the best in the nation. But for these smaller farms trying to get by, the costs just skyrocketed, and the burden of this mandate will, unfortunately, cause many farmers to fall by the wayside. With this reality in mind, I can’t help but wonder who the DOL thinks it is helping,” Assemblyman Hawley concluded.