Welcome Letter

Dear Neighbor,

As a lifelong resident of the 134th District and Monroe County, it is my honor and privilege to serve our community as a member of the New York State Assembly and as your voice at the state Capitol. It has been my pleasure to be a common-sense representative for the towns of Greece, Ogden, and Parma, along with the villages of Hilton and Spencerport. My aim is to advocate for policies that will make our community and state a better place for all who call it home.

By using my official Assembly website, you can learn more about the legislation I am sponsoring, the latest news coming out of Albany, and ways to access state resources. Of course, I always wish to hear from you directly on the issues and policies that are most important to you, and your views on the issues that we address in state government.

You can also contact me directly by sending me an e-mail, calling, or stopping by the office. My door is always open, and I will be happy to assist you. Please let me know if there is any way I may be able to serve you!

Your Assemblyman,
Josh Jensen

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Jensen: $229 Billion Budget Misses the Mark

“$229 billion later and more than 30 days past the original due date, we can finally say New York state has a budget, however, not one that uses New York taxpayer dollars efficiently and effectively. Like most things in life, there is some good to be...

Jensen: Budget Dysfunction and Calling for All Budget Bills to Age

Assemblyman Josh Jensen (R,C-Greece) joined fellow Assembly Members and Senate Minority colleagues yesterday for a press conference regarding the use of messages of necessity for budget bills. “The budget is now 26 days late and there has been a stunning...

Assembly Majority Rejects Common-Sense ‘Financial Literacy’ Education

On Tuesday, April 18th, the Assembly Committee on Education rejected legislation (A.2928) introduced by Assemblyman Josh Jensen (R,C-Greece) that would require all public and private schools to provide students with financial literacy education. Jensen’s...

Jensen: Another Budget Extender

"With spring in the air, it's apparently still Groundhog Day in Albany. Back once again to pass another budget extender, the state government is still failing in its duty to deliver an on-time budget to the people of New York. It seems as if, despite...

Jensen Attends School Safety & Security Press Conference

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Assemblyman Josh Jensen (R,C-Greece) attended a press conference today alongside Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay (R,C-Pulaski), Captain Tracey Quinn of the Greene County Sheriff’s office and members of the Assembly Minority Conference to discuss...

Jensen Reacts to Second Bomb Threat at Hilton Central School District

“The news of a second bomb threat against Hilton CSD and the community is concerning and shocking. I commend the district for prioritizing the safety and security of its students and staff and thank the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and local law...
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