for Lieutenant Governor

Following in the footsteps of her father, NYPD Chief Michael Esposito, Alison has proudly served in the New York City Police Department since 1997, rising to the rank of Deputy Inspector. Alison joined the NYPD because she believes that New Yorkers, especially those who need help, are in danger, and cannot defend themselves, have the right to be safe, free and protected.

After joining the NYPD, Alison started off on patrol in Manhattan’s Midtown South precinct. From there, she joined the Anti-Crime team, a plain clothes unit targeting violent street crime, and after taking down some of the worst criminals, she joined the NYPD’s Emergency Services Unit. Alison then served in the Bronx and on the NYPD’s Gang Unit and on many other assignments, which brought her to the 70th precinct in Brooklyn where she commanded as Deputy Inspector.

For too long, Alison has witnessed the state and city she loves deteriorate in a spiraling decline. Fatally flawed liberal policies like cashless bail, the defund the police movement, the Less is More Act, DAs like Alvin Bragg who won’t enforce the law, and so much more have surrendered our streets to criminals. Alison has fought crime her whole adult life and is more than ready to tackle the rampant crime and violence facing our state. Now more than ever, New York needs capable, determined, and courageous leadership that will protect everyday New Yorkers, drive down their cost of living, and restore our state to glory.

Not too long ago, New York had the reputation as the greatest state in the greatest country in the world. It’s about time we get back to acting like it. On Day One, Alison will be ready to save our state alongside our next Governor, Congressman and Army veteran Lee Zeldin.

Raised in Highland Mills, New York, in Orange County, Alison Esposito attended the State University of New York at Delhi, City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) National Academy at Quantico, Virginia.