All New Yorkers can agree; the cost of living in our state is too high. We have a Common Cents Plan that will put money back into our pockets, so we can use it on what really matters: our family's future.


Our Agenda

  • Making New York State more affordable for all its residents
  • Lowering the tax burden on families and job creators
  • Rebuilding our economy so we can create good-paying local jobs for New Yorkers
  • Ensuring our children receive the quality education they need to succeed in the new global marketplace
  • Ethics reform, to ensure your government works for you and not for its own interests

Stop Common Core

The Assembly Republican Conference has taken the lead on the movement to repeal and replace Common Core. We've hosted a series of statewide forums featuring the testimony of educators, administrators, parents and students. Out of that we've developed the APPLE Plan, a comprehensive strategy to get our education system on track.

Women's Equality

For over three years, Assembly Republicans have led the push to enact real women's equality. From pay equity to strengthening orders of protection and ending human trafficking and pregnancy discrimination, the Assembly Republican Conference is proud to make equality a reality for all New Yorkers.


We have a plan to rebuild New York's economy and create the quality jobs New Yorkers deserve. Please click the above photo or click here to find out how we can truly get our state Back in Business.

Successful RACC Initiatives

While the governor and Assembly Democrats constantly claim legislative victories, the fact is that many of the ideas that have enhanced the quality of life for all New Yorkers originated with the Assembly Republicans, including:
  • An historic 2-percent property-tax cap
  • The lowest middle-class tax rate in nearly 60 years
  • ​The School Tax Relief Program (STAR)
  • ​Corporate Franchise Tax Cut
  • ​Megan's Law, requiring the registration of sex offenders
  • ​Jenna's Law, eliminating parole for violent felony offenders
  • A restoration of $90 million to the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities and their non-profit caregivers