Welcome Letter

Welcome to my New York State Assembly web page!

Please check out this page to see what I’m doing to help our community as your Assemblyman. On this page, you’ll find information on bills I’ve supported, events I’m hosting, and issues I’m tackling to make Rockland County an even better place to work, raise a family, and retire.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you!

Thanks for stopping by,

Sincerely,
Assemblyman Mike Lawler
Member of Assembly
97th Assembly District

School Supplies Drive

Biography

Assemblyman  Mike Lawler

Mike Lawler was elected to the New York State Assembly on November 3, 2020. His district is comprised of the southern portion of Rockland County.

As an Assemblyman, Mike will work to reduce the state’s onerous tax burden, bring fiscal discipline to its budget, provide law enforcement with the resources needed to do its work, and craft legislation to improve public safety.

Mike is a lifelong Rockland County resident and graduate of Suffern High School. In 2009, he earned a degree in Business Administration with a double major in Accounting and Finance from Manhattan College. His hard work earned him the distinction of Valedictorian of his graduating class.

Prior to being elected to the Assembly, Mike served as Deputy Town Supervisor in Orangetown under Supervisor Teresa Kenny, and previously worked in the Westchester County Executive’s Office as an advisor to Rob Astorino. In those roles, he gained invaluable experience dealing with issues ranging from crafting a disciplined budget to public policy and community outreach initiatives. 

Previously, Mike served as Executive Director of the State Republican Party and has helped secure the election of candidates at federal, state, and local levels.

In addition to his distinguished public service career, Mike is also a successful small-business owner. He will bring his experience and knowledge from the private sector – he previously founded his own government affairs and public relations firm – to best serve his constituents.

Mike and his wife, Doina, live in Pearl River.

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Lawler: Time To Prioritize Public Safety, Lives Are At Risk

Pearl River, NY... 1/11/21… Assemblyman Mike Lawler (R,C,I,SAM-Pearl River) was proud to join his colleagues in the Senate and Assembly Minority Conferences in advocating for New Yorkers' public safety amid a skyrocket in crime across the state.Hate...

Lawler: Limiting Terms Is Good, Limiting Out-Of-Control Spending Would Be Even Better

Pearl River, NY... 1/5/21… Assemblyman Mike Lawler (R,C,I,SAM-Pearl River) released the following statement after Governor Hochul's State of the State Address."Some things never change, and Gov. Hochul’s out-of-control spending agenda is...

Lawler: Mask Mandate Is Government Overreach at Its Worst

Pearl River, NY — Assemblyman Mike Lawler (R,C,I,SAM-Pearl River) released the following statement after news broke that Governor Hochul instituted a statewide mask mandate.“This newest mask mandate is government overreach at its worst," said...

Lawler: Way Past Time to Pass Reasonable, Common Sense Parole Reforms

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New City, NY  — Assemblyman Mike Lawler (R,C,I,SAM-Pearl River) released the following statement after hosting a press conference with Rockland County Sheriff Lou Falco, law enforcement leaders, and other elected officials to unveil a new package...

Lawler: With David Gilbert's Release, The Entire Parole Board Must Resign Immediately

Pearl River, NY — Assemblyman Mike Lawler (R,C,I,SAM-Pearl River) released the following statement after news broke that David Gilbert, a former member of the radical Weather Underground, who took part in the 1981 robbery of a Brink's armored vehicle...

Lawler: Governor Hochul Must Activate The National Guard To Mitigate The School Bus Driver Shortage

Pearl River, NY... 9/14/21… Assemblyman Mike Lawler (R,C,I,SAM-Pearl River) released the following statement after news of chronic busing issues, caused by a lack of school bus drivers, in school districts across New York State.“The last...
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