Posted: April 24, 2017 in In the News, Public Safety, Transportation

On Monday, April 24, Assemblyman Kevin Byrne participated in a press conference in support of legislation aimed to reduce the increasing threat of injury due to automobile accidents caused by distracted drivers. The proposed bill, named ‘Evan’s Law’ in memory of Evan Lieberman, a young man who lost his life in a car accident with […]


Posted: April 9, 2017 in In the News, Taxes

The past thirteen days were a marathon in the state Assembly. As the state failed to pass an on-time budget, Assemblyman Byrne worked continuously at the state capitol until the governor and both house majorities finally agreed to a budget deal late Friday evening. The final two budget bills were approved in the Assembly early […]

Byrne Reads Across America with Carmel Nursery School Students

Posted: March 3, 2017 in Community, Education, In the News

Read Across America promotes reading to children across the nation. The goal is to encourage as many students to engage in reading as possible. Read Across America’s initiative kicked off on March 2 in memory of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. “In a child’s earlier years, it’s essential to have a strong foundation built with basic literacy […]

Byrne Family


Posted: February 27, 2017 in Agriculture, Forestry, & Fishing, In the News, Public Safety

Assemblyman Kevin Byrne (R,C,I,Ref-Mahopac) announced that he joined as a co-sponsor of “Kirby & Quigley’s Law” (S.1680/A.3038). The proposed legislation was named after two Montgomery County dogs that were killed during a burglary on February 17, 2016. It would expand Buster’s Law and make it a felony offense to harm a companion animal during the […]

Murphy, Byrne, on N.Y. Sanctuary State Bill: Keep Dreaming

Posted: February 9, 2017 in Immigration, Public Safety

ALBANY, NY – Is New York set to become a sanctuary state for illegal immigrants? As the debate over illegal immigration rages at the national level, the New York State Assembly this week passed a package of bills by a slim two-vote majority which would prohibit state and local law enforcement from cooperating with federal […]


Posted: February 1, 2017 in First Responders, In the News, Public Safety

New York Senator Terrence Murphy and New York Assemblyman Kevin Byrne announced Tuesday that they are co-sponsoring the “Community Heroes Protection Act”, a piece of legislation that designates attacks against first responders as a hate crime. The legislation is meant to protect firefighters, law enforcement officers, corrections officers, and emergency medical services personnel from assaults that […]

Byrne Fulfills Promise: Votes to Strip Pensions from Corrupt Politicians

Posted: January 30, 2017 in Ethics & Corruption, In the News

Today, Assemblyman Kevin Byrne (R,C,I,Ref -Mahopac) voted in favor of legislation prompting a new state constitutional amendment that will strip pensions from state lawmakers and executive appointees convicted of felonies relating to their official position. It passed the Assembly with overwhelming support. The Assembly Minority Conference has been fighting for this measure for many years. […]

Entergy to Close Indian Point – What That Means For Us

Posted: January 24, 2017 in Business, Energy, Environment, Workers

Assemblyman Kevin Byrne (R,C,I-Mahopac) joins local leaders, State Sen. Terrence Murphy and Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino in questioning the implications of the closing of Indian Point Nuclear Facility. The shocking agreement that Gov. Cuomo and Entergy made to close Indian Point was struck without transparency or public input.  Byrne doesn’t fault Entergy for this […]

Byrne Takes Oath of Office to Represent the 94th Assembly District

Posted: January 3, 2017 in 2018 Endorsements, Community, In the News

Joined by his family, Assemblyman Kevin Byrne(R,C,I,Ref-Mahopac) was sworn into office on January 3rd, 2017 at the Legislative Office Building in Albany, officially becoming the Assembly representative for the 94th District. “I look forward to being in Albany and working with Leader Kolb to represent the people of the 94th Assembly District. This is going […]


Posted: November 9, 2016 in Elections

Putnam and Northern Westchester’s Newest Assemblyman _______________________________________________ Somers, NY/ November 9, 2016 – Tuesday night, at the Villa Barone in Mahopac, Assembly Candidate Kevin Byrne (94AD) gathered with family, friends and supporters to watch the election returns.  Victory was declared at approximately 10:15 pm after the majority of polling stations had reported in. After the […]


Posted: October 10, 2016 in Elections

“Bring Back the Generation We’re Losing” Mahopac, NY/ October 10, 2016 — Upstairs at the Mahopac Public Library, the Putnam County League of Women Voters hosted its first Public Candidates Forum this year.  The room was filled with people throughout Putnam and Westchester Counties who wanted to learn more about the candidates. In the race […]

Respecting and protecting life

Posted: January 2, 2016 in In the News, Life

Life is a precious gift from God, who calls on us to protect life at every stage. Our unborn children are a silent majority that are unable to defend themselves, and we have a moral obligation, as a civil society, to care for them. Our state should not enact laws that further condone, facilitate, or […]

Assuring abundant, affordable energy and New York jobs

Posted: January 2, 2016 in Business, Energy

Following the governor’s decision to shut down Indian Point, agreed to by Entergy, the greater NYC-Metro region is looking at losing approximately 2,000 megawatts of carbon-free electricity and thousands of good paying jobs. Now more than ever, we need to safely look at all options available to enhance our state’s energy and security. It is […]

Respecting our borders and our laws

Posted: January 2, 2016 in Immigration

My heritage proudly includes immigrants from Ireland, Germany, and England. Diversity is an American strength when immigration is legal. But when it’s not, New Yorkers pay a heavy price–in social welfare benefits; jobs lost to “off the books” workers; and crime committed by those who cannot understand, or willfully disregard, our laws or our culture. […]

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