Pictured above: Assemblyman Mark Johns stands with Cindy Jessop from Sunnking, Assemblyman Brian Manktelow and another Sunnking employee at the start of an electronics recycling drive in Webster.
Assemblyman Mark Johns rallies for increased funding for the CHIPS program in the 2020-21 State Budget with colleagues on the Great Western Staircase in the State Capitol on March 4, 2020.
Pictured above: Assemblyman Mark Johns introduces the SOLE Act as a reform to the legislative process in the Assembly on Jan. 28, 2020.
Pictured above: Assemblyman Mark Johns joins the family of new Eagle Scout Adam Johns Daniels in celebrating the scouts achievement. From left to right: Adams sister, Sarah; mom, Carolyn; dad, Marc; Adam; and Assemblyman Johns.
Assemblyman Mark Johns joins Robert Duffy, President and CEO of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce at a reception to announce the 2019 Rochester Top 100 businesses.
Pictured above: Assemblyman Mark Johns joins the staff of Northwest Bank in Webster.
Pictured above: Assemblyman Mark Johns and Senator Rich Funke honor Penfield Little League Girls Softball Team and Team Manager, Dan Watson.
Pictured above: Assemblyman Mark Johns joins breast cancer survivors and Rochester Breast Cancer Coalition members of the board, Patricia Cataldi (Chair) and Holly Anderson (President and Executive Director), at their annual Legislative Reception on August 8, 2019.
Pictured above: Assemblyman Mark Johns presents a state proclamation to Kathleen Truelson at Hill Haven Transitional Care in Webster on July 31, 2019.
Assemblyman Mark Johns testifies at the Joint Budget Conference Committee on Mental Hygiene today in Albany calling for increased funding for veterans support programs in the state budget.
Assemblyman Mark Johns speaks at the Joint Budget Conference Committee on Mental Hygiene in Albany on March 14, 2019.
Assemblyman Mark Johns meets with highway supervisors, including the village of Websters Jake Swingly, in his office in Albany ahead of their rally on March 6, 2019.
Assemblyman Mark Johns urges his colleagues to support legislation that would provide healthcare for those struggling with eating disorders when it came up for debate on Feb. 26, 2019. The bill passed.
Assemblyman Mark Johns meets with representatives from the Seneca Waterways Council of the Boy Scouts of America at their annual Report to the State day in Albany on Feb. 4, 2019.
Assemblyman Mark Johns discusses a report by the Assembly Minority Task Force on Critical Infrastructure and Transportation at the ACEC Legislative Luncheon held on Feb. 1, 2019 in Rochester.
Assemblyman Mark Johns speaks at a press conference with (from left to right) state Senator George Amedore, Assemblyman David DiPietro, Senator Rich Funke, Senator Chris Jacobs, and Senator Joseph Griffo, among other colleagues.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I,Ref-Webster) joined state and local government colleagues and bicycle enthusiasts at a press conference in Albany’s Academy Park to talk about the benefits of legalizing pedal assist bikes, or e-bikes.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I,Ref-Webster) was honored to welcome West Point Cadet Caroline McCusker of Penfield, New York to Albany today as part of the state Legislature’s annual West Point Day. The day recognizes the historical and current contributions of West Point and its distinguished cadets from across the state.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I,Ref-Webster) joined his colleagues during the Joint Budget Conference Committees today to discuss the need to control spending in the state budget in order to help reduce taxes and mitigate the outmigration of New Yorkers to states with lower taxes and costs of living.
A strong supporter of the Challenger Division of Little League Baseball of Greater Rochester, Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I,Ref-Webster) recently helped players open the new Miracle Field in Webster.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I,Ref-Webster) recently honored Priscilla Salgado, the nurse manager of St. Ann's Community at Cherry Ridge in Webster, as the LeadingAge New York Employee of Distinction.
Johns Salutes Challenger Little League Baseball Of Greater Rochester
Assemblyman Mark Johns discusses the need to enact substantial legislative and economic development reforms with Blair Horner, the Executive Director of the New York Public Interest Research Group, at a press conference held today outside the Assembly Chamber.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) took a moment today at the state Capitol to demonstrate electric assisted bicycles with constituent Don Burns and members of the New York Bicycling Coalition, PeopleforBikes, and the Bicycle Product Suppliers Association.
In recognition of Domestic Violence Prevention Day (May 8, 2017), Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) met with the Coalition Against Domestic Violence in Albany to discuss legislation that would help prevent domestic violence across the state, including the Domestic Violence Prevention Act Brittany's Law. Johns is a sponsor of the legislation and has circulated a public petition
calling for a vote on the bill this session.
Assemblyman Mark Johns speaks at a rally held today outside of the Executive Chamber in the state Capitol to "Be Fair to Direct Care" in this year's budget.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) joined a bipartisan coalition of state lawmakers and transportation officials, including Monroe County Regional Transit Service Chief Executive Officer Bill Carpenter, at a press conference calling for increased funding to support expanded public transportation services in communities upstate.
At the Joint Budget Conference Committee on Mental Hygiene this week, Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) spoke out on the need for a living wage increase for direct care workers as part of this year's final state budget. Funding for a wage increase has been withheld in recent years, resulting in New York City's fast food workers earning a higher minimum wage than those who provide vital services and care for some of the state's most vulnerable citizens.
Assemblyman Mark Johns discusses the need for increased CHIPS funding in the Assembly Chamber with Assemblyman Chris Friend and highway supervisors who joined together for a rally today in Albany. Mark Johns represents Webster, Penfield, Fairport/Perinton and East Rochester.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) participated in the public hearing on the proposed transportation portion of the 2017-18 state budget this week in Albany.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) discussed the overall impact of the proposed state budget on taxpayers today following one of the budget public hearings held in Albany.
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I-Webster) today voted in support of legislation that would bring about real reform in Albany by allowing for the forfeiture of publicly-funded pensions from state officials found guilty of felony corruption.
Assemblyman Johns stands with Patty Farrell, whose daughter, Laree, lost her life to heroin addiction. Farrell joined Johns and the Assembly Minority Conference at one of their multiple press conferences held at the state Capitol over the past year calling for action on the heroin and opioid epidemic. Like Johns, Farrell would like to see the state Legislature pass legislation (A.6039
) to punish those who knowingly sell deadly drugs like heroin.
Assemblyman Johns discusses the task forces event with a constituent.
Assemblyman Johns welcomes participants to the event, along with task force chair, Assemblyman Clifford Crouch, and colleague Assemblyman Peter Lawrence.