Alison Esposito (NY-18)

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.


House GOP Conference Chairwoman Elise Stefanik stated:

“As a former New York Police Officer of almost twenty-five years, Alison Esposito is the kind of person who runs towards the disaster to save others, not away from it. We need more of those leaders in Washington. Alison is the only candidate in this race with a strong record of putting the safety and security of New Yorkers first. She has what it takes to defeat failed Far Left Democrat Pat Ryan. I have full confidence Alison will bring her servant’s heart to Congress to prioritize the needs of Hudson Valley’s hardworking families. I am proud to fully endorse Alison and bestow her with the first endorsement of E-PAC in the 2024 cycle.”