News & Updates

Lalor Offers A Bold and Specific Plan for Job Creation‏

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 25, 2012

According to a recent study by the non-partisan American Legislative Exchange Council, New York State has the worst business climate of all 50 states.

PALADINO ENDORSES LALOR IN NEW YORK'S 105th ASSEMBLY DISTRICT

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 16, 2012

Buffalo, New York: Today, 2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino enthusiastically endorsed Kieran Michael Lalor in the 105th Assembly District race in Dutchess County.  Paladino won Dutchess County in the 2010 GOP gubernatorial primary by a margin of 60% to 40% and won all nine towns in the 105th District.

According to Paladino, “Kieran Michael Lalor has already demonstrated that he is willing to take on the entrenched establishment of both parties and be an independent conservative voice for reform and economic growth.”

Lalor, a former teacher at Our Lad

Lalor Letter to the Editor: State Lawmakers Waste Our Money on Themselves

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 15, 2012

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Recently the General Services Administration (GSA), a federal agency that manages offices and transportation for the federal bureaucracy, has come under fire for wasting $822,000 in taxpayer money on a Las Vegas conference for its employees.   Unfortunately, these violations of the taxpayer are nothing compared to the way our state lawmakers take our money to feather t

Letter To Editor: Lalor represents fresh generation of leaders

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 13, 2012

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I was excited to learn that Iraq veteran Kieran Michael Lalor is running for the newly drawn 105th Assembly District seat.

Lalor, you may recall, was the upstart Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in 2008.

Lalor Declares Independence from GOP Party Bosses

By Kieran Lalor, on Apr 10, 2012

Fishkill, New York: Today Republican Assembly candidate Kieran Michael Lalor (105th District) declared his independence from the Dutchess County Republican party bosses and announced that he will forgo the May 10th nominating convention and focus on the Republican primary this summer and the general election in November.