MEET CALEB

Caleb Slater is a Christian, life-long New Yorker and business owner who is fighting for your freedom.

Life-long New Yorker with Upstate Values

Slater was raised by a single mother in low-income apartment housing in the village of Dundee. Growing up without a father created hardships for Slater, which is why he is a strong supporter of strengthening the family unit. 

Slater is working to put more money in the pockets of the over 60% of Americans that are living paycheck to paycheck through lowering taxes, slashing regulations, and economics development measures because he’s walked in the shoes of our Central New York families struggling to make ends meet.

Slater knows Central New York

Raised in a farm town, Slater understands the concerns of our rural communities and the frustration of being ignored by politicians who focus their attention solely on the population centers. As your State Senator Slater will fight for Auburn, Syracuse and the rural communities that surround them. 

Slater worked with America’s Most Wanted host John Walsh

Slater is a Cayuga Community College Grad

Slater first moved to the district 10 years ago when he enrolled in the School of Media and the Arts at Cayuga Community College in Auburn. While at CCC Slater took on several leadership roles including: Editor-in-Chief of the campus newspaper Cayuga Collegian, Residential Assistant (RA) at the student housing facility Lattimore Hall and he was involved in the College’s Radio & Television guild where he aided on programs such as “Inside Government.”

Slater’s love for politics started at Ithaca College

After CCC, Slater went on to finish his undergrad at Ithaca College with a Television-Radio major and legal studies minor. Ithaca is where his passion for politics began. Frustrated by the teachings of Critical Race Theory, which prioritize a victimhood mentality over the means to overcome adversity, Slater took a leadership role within the college Republicans, studied public policy and attended political conferences hosted by Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) before receiving the unanimous vote of his peers to serve as the President of the Ithaca College Republicans and Vice President of the libertarian Young Americans for Liberty chapter, he also was the Captain of the Ithaca College Speech and Debate team.

 

Slater was personally invited to the White House signing of President Trump’s Executive Order to uphold free speech

Slater is nationally recognized for his advocacy work

Slater was the most politically active student on campus: hosting forums with hundreds in attendance, increasing the membership of the club 10x and was recognized by the White House for his work to change the campus code of conduct to better uphold the free speech of Ithaca College students.

Slater has a background in media production

After graduating from College Slater, like many graduates, had a difficult time breaking into the industry of his choice (TV, Film and Video Production), but remembered the wise words of advice by Syracuse Alumni Megyn Kelly “There is no job that’s beneath you.” 

Slater worked in several sales roles, including at Auburn’s own Fox Honda before landing a position in the Commercial Real Estate Firm, BellCornerstone where he served as both a business development executive and a video producer.

Slater served as the Producer of The Faces of Syracuse for three years.

In 2021 Slater traveled to over a dozen states to serve commercial real estate clients in the industrial and manufacturing industries. Above is Slater outside one such plant in Florida.

Slater is a real estate professional

While at BellCornerstone Slater was the top performing sales representative executing over 23,000 outbound telephone calls to sell multi-million dollar commercial real estate properties and services to C-Level Executives throughout the country. As a real estate professional Slater understands the regulations that are causing our manufacturing sites to close shop, as he’s walked through many of these vacant sites throughout the country. 

He’s also had in-depth conversations with policymakers, business executives and economic development representatives in areas of the country, such as Tennessee and Florida, which are booming and thus Slater understands first-hand exactly what needs to be done to put New York back on track!

Slater has worked on competitive national elections

The 2022 midterm elections inspired Slater to leave the world of real estate and return to the world of politics. Slater was a volunteer for the Brandon Williams for Congress Campaign during the primary election and then left for North Carolina where he was a paid regional director for a grassroots project contracted to help with the election of US Senator Ted Budd. 

While in North Carolina Slater was a leader in both people management and project management. He led a team of over 150 paid canvassers to knock on over 504,000 doors across North Carolina in less than 3 months!

 

Slater is a business owner

Currently Slater is self-employed and manages two businesses. Slater doesn’t just say we need to invest in Central New York he’s done it! Slater is the owner of a company that invests in and manages property, one of which he is an owner-occupant in Syracuse and he also serves clients by using his communications skills to assist in various consultation matters. Outside of work and politics Slater supports our veterans by fostering service dogs through Clear Path for Veterans. 

Slater is a Christian who lives in Syracuse

Slater is a devout Christian who regularly attends Northside Baptist Church in Liverpool, NY. He was baptized at Northside in 2022 and is both a member of the Church, and serves the Lord as a  member of the production team. 

 

 

Pictured above Slater was baptized at Northside Church.

Caleb Slater is a Christian, life-long New Yorker and business owner who is fighting for your freedom.

Slater’s hobbies include

In his spare time Slater is best found at the Movie Tavern in Camillus, Crunch Games in Syracuse or catching up on the latest in professional wrestling. 

 

Life-long New Yorker with Upstate Values

Slater was raised by a single mother in low-income apartment housing in the village of Dundee. Growing up without a father created hardships for Slater, which is why he is a strong supporter of strengthening the family unit. 

Slater is working to put more money in the pockets of the over 60% of Americans that are living paycheck to paycheck through lowering taxes, slashing regulations and economic development measures because he’s walked in the shoes of our Central New York families struggling to make ends meet.

Slater knows Central New York

Raised in a farm town, Slater understands the concerns of our rural communities and the frustration of being ignored by politicians who focus their attention solely on the population centers. As your State Senator Slater will fight for Auburn, Syracuse and the rural communities that surround them. 

Slater is a Cayuga Community College Grad

Slater first moved to the district 10 years ago when he enrolled in the School of Media and the Arts at Cayuga Community College in Auburn. While at CCC Slater took on several leadership roles including: Editor-in-Chief of the campus newspaper Cayuga Collegian, Residential Assistant (RA) at the student housing facility Lattimore Hall and he was involved in the College’s Radio & Television guild where he aided on programs such as “Inside Government.”

Slater’s love for politics started at Ithaca College

After CCC, Slater went on to finish his undergrad at Ithaca College with a Television-Radio major and legal studies minor. Ithaca is where his passion for politics began. Frustrated by the teachings of Critical Race Theory, which prioritize a victimhood mentality over the means to overcome adversity, Slater took a leadership role within the college Republicans, studied public policy and attended political conferences hosted by Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) before receiving the unanimous vote of his peers to serve as the President of the Ithaca College Republicans and Vice President of the libertarian Young Americans for Liberty chapter. He also was the Captain of the Ithaca College Speech and Debate team. 

Slater is nationally recognized for his advocacy work

Slater was the most politically active student on campus: hosting forums with hundreds in attendance, increasing the membership of the club 10x and was recognized by the White House for his work to change the campus code of conduct to better uphold the free speech of Ithaca College students.

Slater has a background in media production

Slater was the Producer of The Faces of Syracuse

After graduating from College Slater, like many graduates, had a difficult time breaking into the industry of his choice (TV, Film and Video Production), but remembered the wise words of advice by Syracuse Alumni Megyn Kelly “There is no job that’s beneath you.” 

Slater worked in several sales roles, including at Auburn’s own Fox Honda before landing a position in the Commercial Real Estate Firm, BellCornerstone where he served as both a business development executive and a video producer.

Slater is a real estate professional

In 2021 Slater traveled to over a dozen states to serve commercial real estate clients in the industrial and manufacturing industries. Above is Slater outside one such plant in Florida.

While at BellCornerstone Slater was the top performing sales representative executing over 23,000 outbound telephone calls to sell multi-million dollar commercial real estate properties and services to C-Level Executives throughout the country. As a real estate professional Slater understands the regulations that are causing our manufacturing sites to close shop, as he’s walked through many of these vacant sites throughout the country. 

He’s also had in-depth conversations with policymakers, business executives and economic development representatives in areas of the country, such as Tennessee and Florida, which are booming and thus Slater understands first-hand exactly what needs to be done to put New York back on track!

Slater has worked on competitive national elections

The 2022 midterm elections inspired Slater to leave the world of real estate and return to the world of politics. Slater was a volunteer for the Brandon Williams for Congress Campaign during the primary election and then left for North Carolina where he was a paid regional director for a grassroots project contracted to help with the election of US Senator Ted Budd. 

While in North Carolina Slater was a leader in both people management and project management. He led a team of over 150 paid canvassers to knock on over 504,000 doors across North Carolina in less than 3 months!

Slater is a business owner

Currently Slater is self-employed and manages two businesses. Slater doesn’t just say we need to invest in Central New York he’s done it! Slater is the owner of a company that invests in and manages property, one of which he is an owner-occupant in Syracuse and he also serves clients by using his communications skills to assist in various consultation matters.

Slater is a Christian who lives in Syracuse

Slater resides as an owner occupant in a three unit property in Eastwood and regularly attends Northside Baptist Church in Liverpool. Outside of work and politics Slater supports our veterans by fostering service dogs through Clear Path for Veterans. 

Slater’s hobbies include

In his spare time Slater is best found at the Movie Tavern in Camillus, Crunch Games in Syracuse or catching up on the latest in professional wrestling.