Andrew 'Andy' W. Goodell
Wife: Lisa; 4 Children: Carrie, Randi, Jessica, Alexander
- Minority Leader Pro Tempore, New York State Assembly, 2019-present
- Assembly Member, New York State Assembly, 2010-present
- Candidate, New York State Assembly, District 150, 2018
- Assistant Minority Leader Pro Tempore, New York State Assembly, 2017-2018
- County Executive, Chautauqua County, New York, 1990-1998
- Cities Committee, Member
- Governmental Operations Committee, Member
- Judiciary Committee, Member
- Social Services Committee, Member
- Managing Partner, Goodell & Rankin, 1998-present
- Treasurer, Bemus Bay Pops
- Former President, Business Administration and Accounting Advisory Board, State University New York, Fredonia
- Founding Member, Chautauqua Leadership Network
- Former Board Member/Co-Chair, Girl Scout Capital Campaign for Camp Timbercrest
- Member, Jamestown Rotary
- Former President, Jamestown Rotary
- Former Co-Chair, United Way Professional Division
TRC Disability advocate of the Year (2014), Farm Bureau Circle of Friends (2013), NYSAC Ed Crawford Award (1996), 40 under 40 award from Business First (1993), Special Recognition from Chautauqua Fire Chiefs Association (1993).
Reducing taxes to improve business climate, strengthen education and reform Common Core, reform welfare, and repeal SAFE-ACT.
Reason for Seeking Public Office:
Increase the number of jobs, cut taxes, improve education, reform welfare.
Andrew Goodell (Republican) is a member of the New York State Assembly, representing District 150. Goodell was elected to the office in 2010.
Goodell earned his B.S. in political science and Mathematics from Williams College and his J.D. from Cornell Law School.
His professional experience includes being a managing partner of Goodell & Rankin and a former County Executive for Chautauqua County.