Philip 'Phil' A. Palmesano
Wife: Laura; 2 Children: Leah, Sam
- Deputy Minority Whip, New York State Assembly, 2019-present
- Assembly Member, New York State Assembly, 2010-present
- Member, Steuben County Republican Committee, 1994-present
- Former Vice-Chairman, Program Committee, New York State Assembly
- Candidate, New York State Assembly, District 132, 2018
- Minority Conference Vice Chair, New York State Assembly, 2017-2018
- Former Minority Conference Secretary, New York State Assembly, 2016
- Chair, Corning City Republican Committee, 2008-2010
- Representative, Steuben County Legislature, District 2, 2009-2010
- Secretary, Steuben County Republican Committee, 2008-2010
- Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee, Member
- Correction Committee, Member
- Energy Committee, Member
- Insurance Committee, Member
- Ways and Means Committee, Member
- District Director, New York State Senator George Winner, 2007-2010
- Local Aide, Southern Tier Congressman Randy Kuhl, 2005-2007
- Local Aide, State Assemblyman Jim Bacalles, 1995-2004
- Local Aide, State Assemblyman Donald Davidsen, 1995
- Former Member, Advisory Committee, Camp Good Days and Special Times
- Former Member, Advisory Committee, Greater Corning Chamber of Commerce Corning-Steuben Leadership Program
- Former Member, Board of Directors, Chemung, Schuyler, and Steuben Workforce New York
- Former Member, Marketing Committee, Catholic Charities of Steuben County
- Former Member, Steuben County Community Services Board
Philip Palmesano (Republican) is a member of the New York State Assembly, representing District 132.
He was first elected to the chamber in 2010.
Palmesano previously represented District 136 in the Assembly from 2011 to 2013.
Palmesano earned his bachelor's degree in Social Science from St. Bonaventure University. His professional experience includes serving as an aide to former State Assemblymen Donald Davidsen, James Bacallesand former Congressman Randy Kuhl. Additionally, he worked as a district director for State Senator George H. Winner, Jr.. He was also elected to the Steuben County Legislature.