Author: Chairman Chris Arnold
Those who need the highest achievable return on investment for government relations and public policy communications turn to Chris Arnold. Westchester Magazine calls him “one of New York's top political communication specialists.” He has authored over seventy state and local laws, led major investigations to recoup taxpayer dollars and generated millions of dollars in earned media for his clients. A tech policy expert, he is trusted for his political acumen, erudition and effective deployment of resources, futures techniques, operationalizing programs and sensitive projects including administrative rulemaking procedure, lobbying, grassroots advocacy, messaging plans and outcomes. That is why he won fourteen major campaigns including three special elections in the last decade.

Slater’s slate solidifies

YORKTOWN, NY – The Yorktown Republican Town Committee met last evening and endorsed its full slate for the 2019 election cycle. Leading the ticket is Matt Slater, the former Chief of Staff to State Senator Terrence Murphy.  “Over the last two years the

Desperate attempts by local Dems costing taxpayers, jeopardizing voters

YORKTOWN, NY – Twice in two weeks Judge Larry Schwartz has denied attempts to stop Yorktown from installing additional handicap parking spaces at Town Hall. Lawsuits have been brought by Yorktown Democratic Chairman Elliot Crowe and Town Clerk Diana Quast.

Democrats Lose Second Attempt To Stop Town Hall Construction

YORKTOWN, NY – Yorktown Democratic Chairman Elliot Crowe received a stern rejection from Judge Larry Schwartz in an attempt to halt ongoing construction to create additional handicap parking spaces at Yorktown Town Hall. This is the second lawsuit Judge Schwartz

No Standing: Judge Tells Clerk To Sit Down

YORKTOWN, NY – Democrat Town Clerk Diana Quast tried to block the construction of parking for the disabled in a failed lawsuit attempt to score political points. Today, Judge Larry Schwartz tossed the Clerk’s attempt to stop construction citing her

Region’s Construction Unions Endorse The Team Moving Yorktown Forward

YORKTOWN, NY – Creating new jobs starts with building them. No one knows that better than the Building and Construction Trades Council of Westchester and Putnam. Today, they officially joined the Team Moving Yorktown Forward citing their pro-job and pro-growth

Chairman Matt Slater Comments On Lawsuit Brought By Town Clerk Diana Quast

YORKTOWN, NY – Another day and another politically motivated lawsuit initiated by a Democratic official. This time Town Clerk Diana Quast has launched a bizarre lawsuit against the Westchester County Board of Elections, Supervisor Michael Grace, each member of the

Astorino Endorses The Team Moving Yorktown Forward

YORKTOWN, NY – For eight years Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino has held the line on taxes, created thousands of jobs and improved efficiencies of county services. On Monday, the County Executive urged Yorktown voters to support the team moving

Affiliated Police Association Of Westchester Endorses The Team Moving Yorktown Forward

YORKTOWN, NY – The Affiliated Police Association of Westchester (APA) represents more than 50 law enforcement agencies and 5,000 officers across the region. Earlier today, they formally endorsed the Team Moving Yorktown Forward which includes Yorktown Supervisor Michael Grace, Councilman

Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester endorses the team moving Yorktown forward

YORKTOWN, NY – The Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester (APA) represents more than 50 law enforcement agencies and 5,000 officers across the region. Earlier today, they formally endorsed the Team Moving Yorktown Forward which includes Yorktown Supervisor Michael Grace, Councilman

Republican Candidates Deliver 7 Point Fair Campaign Pledge Dems Decline Leaving Residents In The Dark

YORKTOWN, NY – Last week’s town board meeting highlighted just how contentious this year’s local elections in Yorktown are becoming. Officials from the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce chided Democratic candidates and their political operatives for bullying local businesses. On Wednesday,

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