Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, once America’s youngest mayor, served twelveyears as Mayor of the Village of Tivoli inDutchessCounty. He served concurrently as a member of the Dutchess County Legislature from 2000 until 2006, when he was elected to represent the 103rd Assembly District. As a County Legislator, Molinaro served as Chairman of the Budget, Finance and Personnel Committee where he was responsible for stewardship of the county’s $400 million budget adoption.
In 2010, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro served on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Transition Team. This year, Marc was appointed by Assembly Republican Leader Brian Kolb as Assistant Minority Leader Pro Tempore and the Republican Conference’s representative on Governor Cuomo’s Mandate Relief and Redesign Team.
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Marc Molinaro: A Plan to Lead
Marc Molinaro’s number one priority is improving the quality of life for all those who call Dutchess County
home. Marc has long advocated for lower taxes, reining in the size, scale and scope of government,
sustainable economic development, smart land use decisions, and demanding greater government accountability,
accessibility & responsiveness.
Marc doesn’t just talk about the issues we face; he works with us to address them. A caring, committed and
consistent public servant, Marc has been a strong and effective voice for his constituents. He is honest,
compassionate and unyielding in his service to and throughout our community.
Marc Molinaro will bring us together to confront the challenges facing Dutchess County.
By cutting spending, providing tax and regulatory relief, ensuring the safety of our citizens and opening up
county government to you, we will help to create private sector jobs, protect our natural and human resources,
ensure government efficiency, empower our citizens and make certain Dutchess County remains a great
place to live, work and raise a family.