Thank you for taking the time to visit my campaign web site!

As your State Senator, it has been an honor to fight for residents across the 61st State Senate district. From Amherst to the City of Rochester, residents deserve a strong voice in Albany that will stand up to special interests and fight for Western New York families. I will continue to do all that I can to promote policies that lower taxes, cut spending and create a better business climate so that local businesses can create jobs.

Again, thanks for visiting my campaign web site! Mike

Ranzenhofer Scores Impressive Victory!

On November 4, 2014, State Senator Mike Ranzenhofer was reelected with over 65% of the vote. “I am deeply humbled by the tremendous amount of support that I have received from the community. It is truly an honor to represent the residents of Erie, Genesee, and Monroe counties. While we have made great progress over […]

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Small Business Groups Like Mike!

Ranzenhofer endorsed by small business groups.

Mike has always fought hard to promote policies that help our local small businesses. As a result of his hard work and advocacy, Mike’s candidacy for Senate has been endorsed by the following small business groups: -National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) -Buffalo Niagara Partnership – Unshackle Upstate – Committee for a Strong Economy – […]

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Good Government Club of WNY Endorses Ranzenhofer!

Mike was honored to receive the endorsement of the Good Government Club of WNY

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Ranzenhofer Delivers $100K for Chili Park Upgrades

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Senator Ranzenhofer joined Chili Town Supervisor David Dunning to announce a $100,000 State Grant for improvements to Union Station Park.  This critical grant will fund a new splash pad for Chili residents.  The splash pad was a major component of the town’s master plan for park upgrades.

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Critical Funding Supports Upgrades at Water Mill and Spring Street!


Mike was joined by Village of Williamsville Mayor Brian Kulpa and Village Trustees to announce $250,000 to support upgrades to Spring Street. These upgrades include modern water filtration systems to prevent storm water runoff into Glen Park and Ellicott Creek.   Developing Spring Street into a modern village square that utilizes green infrastructure is a key […]

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Mike Ranzenhofer for State Senate

P.O. Box 771
E. Amherst, NY 14051

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