For Immediate Release:

Goshen, NY – Alison Esposito, a 25-year veteran of the New York Police Department (NYPD), former candidate for Lieutenant Governor, and Candidate for Congress in New York’s 18th Congressional District, spent the last week campaigning throughout Orange, Ulster, and Dutchess counties. She started her week on Thursday, March 7, 2024 with an event with the Saugerties Republican Committee. 

On Saturday, March 9, 2024, Alison celebrated the 222nd birthday of West Point, also known as Founders Day at the United States Military Academy. She was joined by many former, current, and soon-to-be service members.

On Sunday, March 10, 2024, Alison started her day with the Rhinebeck Republican Committee for their Family Spring Ahead Breakfast. She was joined by New York State Senate Candidate Patrick Sheehan along with Ulster County Conservative Chairman and Candidate for New York State Assembly Jack Hayes. 

She then marched in the 47th Mid-Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade with Orange County Clerk Kelly Eskew, Sheriff Paul Arteta, Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler, Assemblyman Karl Brabenec, Goshen Mayor Molly O’Donnell, and Town Justice Amanda Brady. 

Alison ended her day with the Pleasant Valley Republican Committee at their Slice and Sign event to encourage voters to sign petitions to get candidates on the ballot in this year’s election.



Alison is committed to harnessing the energy of the commonsense wave and creating a better way of life for New York families and citizens



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