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About Matt Slater

Matt Slater was elected to represent New York State’s 94th Assembly District in November 2022.  Previously, he was elected Yorktown Supervisor in 2019 and reelected in 2021.

As Town Supervisor, Matt Slater balanced Yorktown’s budget through spending cuts and economic growth and cut town taxes for the first time in three decades.  In fact, he cut town taxes two times in his three years as Town Supervisor.  Slater’s economic development plan was hailed as a model for the rest of the state by the Business Council of Westchester County and it helped attract major investments by Trader Joe’s, Uncle Giuseppe’s and several other transformative projects throughout Yorktown’s five hamlets. 

After Yorktown was named a Climate Smart Community and one of the Safest Towns in America by MoneyGeek, Slater earned the endorsement of the New York League of Conservation Voters and every state and regional law enforcement organization.  He was also proudly endorsed by leading labor organizations, including the Civil Service Employees of America, The Westchester/Putnam Building and Construction Trades Council, New York State AFL-CIO and New York State United Teachers.

Matt Slater graduated from Yorktown High School in 2004 and has been recognized by 914Inc. as a member of Westchester Wunderkinds Class of 2015 and the Business Council of Westchester named him a 40 Under 40 in 2020.

Prior to his election as Yorktown Supervisor, Slater was Chief of Staff for New York State Senator Terrence Murphy, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Republican Party and Mid-Hudson Regional Director for the New York State Assembly Minority Conference.

Slater earned his undergraduate degree from St. Anselm College in New Hampshire and a graduate degree from Marist College.

Matt Slater and his wife Kellie reside in Yorktown with their two children, Charlie and Elizabeth.


Matt Slater for New York

Matt and his wife Kellie have a son, Charlie, and baby daughter, Elizabeth.

Born and raised in Yorktown, Matt Slater is committed to making our town a better place to live, work and raise a family.

Matt’s mother, Kathy, and his grandmother, Elinor, still reside in Matt’s childhood home off London Road.  Matt is committed to:

  • Protecting Taxpayers.

  • Growing the Economy.

  • Better Place to Live.


Leadership that's making a difference.

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