Michael R. McNulty
The Honorable Michael R. McNulty is in his 35th year in elective public office. His record includes extensive service at the local, state, and national levels.
First elected to public office in November 1969 as Town Supervisor of Green Island, Mr. McNulty became the youngest Town Supervisor in New York State at the age of 22. After serving eight years as Supervisor, he was elected Mayor of the Village of Green Island and served in that capacity until he was elected to the New York Assembly in 1982.
Mr. McNulty was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1988. He was re-elected to his eighth term in November 2002 with more than 75% of the vote. Congressman McNulty has served on the Armed Services Committee, the Small Business Committee, the International Relations Committee, and the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. In 2003, he completed his tenth year of service on the House Ways & Means Committee, which has jurisdiction over taxation, international trade, health care, human resources and Social Security.
Congressman McNulty is a graduate of St. Joseph's Institute, Barrytown, N.Y.; Loyola University Rome Center, Rome, Italy; and the College of Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. He is also a graduate of the Hill School of Insurance in New York City.