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Session 2021: A Lot of Spending To Do a Lot of Nothing

“This year we spent more as a state than any year before, yet there’s still so much more we could and should have done for working families and small businesses. To think we gave over twice what we did to small businesses to illegal immigrants...

Gallahan Irate After Passage of Anti-Gun Bills

Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan (R,C-Manchester) is voicing his frustration following the passage of a series of bills that would violate the Second Amendment rights of New Yorkers. Gallahan voted against every proposal. The bills would drive gun sellers and...

Gallahan And Minority Lawmakers Demand Termination of State Emergency Declaration Before End Of Session

Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan (R,C-Manchester) is joining his Assembly and Senate Minority colleagues in demanding the termination of the state disaster emergency declared by Executive Order 202 before the end of the 2020-21 Legislative Session, which is...

Gallahan Lauds Decision to Select Sampson as First New York State Veterans Cemetery

Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan (R,C-Manchester) is hailing the unanimous decision by a state selection committee to choose Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery as the first New York state veterans cemetery, which first opened in 2011. This official designation...

Gallahan Calls on Department of Labor to Reopen Offices For in Person Services

Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan (R,C-Manchester) is calling on Governor Cuomo and the New York State Department of Labor to reopen physical unemployment offices following a statewide relaxation of COVID-19 related regulations, including capacity restrictions...

Gallahan Joins Assembly Minority in Pushing for Passage of Bill Banning Lawmaker Book Income Following $5.1Million Cuomo Book Deal

Assemblyman Jeff Gallahan (R,C-Manchester) is rallying alongside fellow Minority members in the Assembly to pass a bill (A.7107) that would prohibit statewide elected officials from profiting on published works while serving in their position. The effort...
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Assemblyman  Jeff Gallahan

Jeff Gallahan was elected to the New York State Assembly on November 3, 2020. His district is comprised of Ontario County and parts of Seneca County.

Jeff believes that his real-world experience will be beneficial to the people of his district and throughout New York. He is a believer in the “American Dream” and has raised his children to be hard-working while leading by example. As an Assemblyman, Jeff will fight to hold the line on taxes and push for an end to recently enacted bail reform measures. He believes this is a critical time in history when it comes to police and community relations, and we must ensure law enforcement has all the tools necessary to keep our communities safe. Jeff is committed to standing up for middle-class values, small businesses and our important agricultural community.

Prior to being elected, Jeff was a journeyman machinist at the General Railway Signal Company, moved into Cutting Tool Sales with various Manufactures and moved up the ranks, eventually taking on a number of management roles. Jeff and his wife, Lynn, are proud small business owners and founded CR7 Food Trailer and Catering in 2017. The business serves Manchester and surrounding communities. Through this venture, they are able to give back to a variety of causes by donating their time and resources, including the Boy Scouts of America and the Shortsville American Legion. He has also served as the Manchester Town Supervisor for 11 years and 4 years prior as Town Councilman. 

Jeff is the founder of The Red Jacket High School trap shooting team where he teaches local youth about firearms safety. He also volunteers for the Sons of the American Legion, Clifton Springs Area YMCA and is a proud supporter of the Back the Blue movement and local sportsman clubs.

A lifelong resident of Ontario County, Jeff and his wife of 42 years Lynn, are the proud parents of two children who attended local schools and grew up in the community and proud grandparents of 3 grandchildren.