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Mike is running for the 106th Assembly District on the
Republican and Conservative lines.

He is running to control spending so that we can keep more of what we earn and remove restrictions on business so the free market can thrive. He wants to be the voice for the people in standing up for our rights in particular the Second Amendment and the rights of parents. He supports the return to local input and control in the field of education. He advocates for a stronger State leadership role in the crucial areas of mental health and prevention. 

Please acquaint yourself with Mike's biography, his writings and his record as a Dutchess County Legislator while his Assembly Campaign website is developed. Be sure to check back in the weeks ahead once the Assembly Campaign site is launched.

In the meantime feel free to email Mike directly at with specific questions. Thank You!!

Mike represents the people of the towns of Amenia, Washington, Pleasant Valley and the Village of Millbrook (formerly Stanford) in the Dutchess County Legislature. He strives to give voice in government to the people.
Mike is a weekly columnist in two local newspapers informing constituents of the activity of county government. He raises innovative ideas, and starts discussions on issues that matter to you. Read his most recent posts below and visit his blog for past articles.
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Donations may also be mailed to:

Vote Mike Kelsey, PO Box 108, Salt Point, NY 12578 

Rotating Text Home Page It's worthwhile to take a moment to praise Kelsey who has made himself a regular presence in the region, covering Amenia, Stanford, Washington, Millbrook and Pleasant Valley. He attends town board meetings throughout his district, he shows up at local events and he even writes a weekly column published in The Millerton News to keep his constituents updated on county news. There is no doubt that Kelsey has earned his place in the Dutchess County Legislature ... His diligence and his thoughtful approach to his work have earned him both this paper's endorsement and its respect.
-- The Millerton News