New York State Republican Party

Matt Ryan/NY Now

The state’s new Republican Party Chair, Nick Langworthy, has been on the job for around six weeks, after taking over from former Chair Ed Cox in early July. Langworthy, in an interview with Karen DeWitt for public radio and television, says he’s undaunted by recent losses at the polls by New York’s Republican Party and is optimistic about regaining seats for his party in the future.

Matt Ryan / New York Now

New York's Republican Party met in a hotel outside Albany on Monday to choose its new chair. Nick Langworthy replaces Ed Cox, the son-in-law of former President Richard Nixon. The 38-year-old promises to bring new energy to the fight against the state's dominant political party, the Democrats. 


Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Keith Wofford, the Republican nominee for this year's New York State Attorney General race, brought his campaign to the town where he was born and raised Monday.


Karen DeWitt

All three republican Presidential candidates  spoke at the state GOP dinner Thursday night.