Senator Kathleen A. Marchione


New York State Senator Kathleen A. Marchione was elected in the fall of 2012 to represent families of the 43rd Senate District which includes parts of Rensselaer, Saratoga and Washington Counties, and all of Columbia County.  Senator Marchione’s legislative agenda includes stopping Albany’s unfunded mandates, reducing taxes and fees on hard-working families, and cutting job-killing regulations on small businesses so they can grow and create more jobs.  Senator Marchione will focus on delivering high-quality customer service to constituents across the 43rd Senate District, keep her promises and stand up for what is right.  Full bio



Office Information

marchione@nysenate.gov   |   marchione.nysenate.gov

Albany Office
188 State Street LOB, Room 306
Albany, NY 12247
Phone: (518) 455-2381
Fax: (518) 426-6985

Albany Office - Open M-F 9-5

District Office
2 Halfmoon Town Plaza
Halfmoon, NY 12065
Phone: 518 371-2751
Fax: 518 371-2753

District Office - Open Tues-Thurs 8-4

Satellite Office
560 Warren St., 2nd Floor
Hudson, NY 12534
Phone: 518 828-5947
Fax: 518 828-8973

Satellite Office - Open Tues-Thurs 9-5



A Minute with Marchione"Putting Students First"


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  • From the blog

    Statement from Senator Kathy Marchione (R,C,I-Halfmoon) on Governor Cuomo signing statute of limitations legislation into law

    “I’m thrilled that Governor Cuomo has signed into state law the bi-partisan statute of limitations legislation that I sponsored with Assemblymember John McDonald. The signing of our bi-partisan bill is a real victory for families in Hoosick Falls, Petersburgh and any other community where a superfund site is declared. This new state law means residents in Hoosick Falls, Petersburgh and elsewhere will now receive more time to have their day in court and fully pursue civil justice. I am thankful for the support our bill has received and that it will become law.”

    Statement from New York State Senator Kathy Marchione Water

    “Tonight, I took part in a very productive two-hour meeting with Jim Malatras, Governor Cuomo’s Director of State Operations, representatives of the State Departments of Health and Environmental Conservation, Town of Hoosick Supervisor Mark Surdam, Village of Hoosick Falls Mayor David Borge, Town of Petersburgh Supervisor Alan Webster and Town of Petersburgh Councilwoman Denise Jacon Church. We discussed ongoing needs for the Village of Hoosick Falls, the Town of Hoosick and the Town of Petersburgh, all of which are dealing with the PFOA health crisis.

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