The Federalist Party of America has no permanent leaders because it understands, as our nation’s founders warned us, that personalities and principles rarely coexist for long.

Federalist Party of America leaders at every level are therefore limited to one-year terms in their positions.



William F. Buckley O’Reilly, pro tem

Bill O’Reilly is a founding partner at the New York-based political and corporate communications firm, The November Team, and a twice-weekly columnist for Newsday.

He has been developing and delivering successful messaging for more than 25 years, and he has built deep and trusted professional relationships with members of the news media nationwide.

O’Reilly has served as a spokesman for dozens of candidates, causes, and private corporations, and his writing in behalf of clients has appeared in newspapers and magazines worldwide.

O’Reilly is a former board member of the American Association of Political Consultants and a current board member at The William F. Buckley Jr. Program at Yale. He is a past president of New York’s Metropolitan Republican Club, and has served on numerous boards and civic institutions.

O’Reilly, 54, and his wife Corrinne have three daughters and live in New York’s Westchester County.


Vice Chairman:

Kenneth Moltner, pro tem

An experienced New York University School of Law graduate with a focus on trusts and estates litigation in Manhattan, Mr. Moltner has a passion for community service. He was the spokesperson for New Yorkers for Term Limits which opposed the attempt to overturn by legislative fiat the will of the people, who had twice voted for a two-term limit.

He was appointed by Mayor Bloomberg to the 2010 New York City Charter Revision Commission, and was Chair of an upper east side community board (a New York City agency comprised of 50 volunteers that interact with and provide input to government officials about issues that affect the local community). He is a recipient of a New York City Council Proclamation for Community Service.

Mr. Moltner is a co-author of the book “Treatment and Management of Maladaptive Schemas” (Springer 2014), a Continuing Education teacher, and has given Continuing Legal Education lectures to other attorneys.



Kim Becker, pro tem

Diverse Executive Management in Real Estate Development and Construction beginning as Regional Construction Manager and working towards Director of Acquisitions and finally DOO. Recently starting and running a consulting company in the same fields. Expertise encompassing both public and private companies, site acquisitions, entitlements and approvals, scheduling, financial proformas, urban and suburban, multisite in various sectors with emphases on Hospitality and Retail in North America.

On Volunteer side, beginning with youth programs coaching, as well as board members beginning with treasurer roles , booster programs as both treasurer and President, moving into Collegiate league treasurer as well as President, Collegiate Regional Coordinator as well as Commissioner roles. Kim’s last position as Commissioner was of the Women’s Ice Hockey ACHA, which represents schools from Alaska to Virginia.

Residing in New Jersey with his wife Joan, their children Nicole and Dana both married, as well as their children and of course, other immediate family.



Tricia Morris, pro tem

Tricia Morris is currently an executive board member of a start up, grass roots political organization founded in 2017. Directing daily operational and strategic planning with C suite leaders, on the national political stage, Tricia is a cutting edge change agent.

She has previous, executive level experience, with Time Warner. During her time with the Fortune 500 company, Tricia launched visionary programs, as a researcher, developer and implementation commander. Tricia led many successful technology based projects for Time Warner for over 16 years.
Additionally, Tricia has a vast array of experience in customer service and high level problem solving.

Throughout her time in the corporate arena, Tricia has continually been involved in local community outreach, as a volunteer. Dedicating her time to young people and adults in the education, financial and life skills categories.  Tricia continues to be a one on one mentor to several of the people she has built professional relationships with during her volunteer endeavors.

Tricia currently resides in North Carolina with her family.


Policy Advisor:

Shane Hazel

Shane grew up in North Georgia, where he graduated from Brookwood H.S. In 1998. He worked full time at Home Depot to put himself through West Georgia University until late in the summer of 2001. Shane joined the United States Marine Corps days after 9/11, and while serving as point-man in Force Reconnaissance, he was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Valor for his actions in the Battle of Fallujah in November of 2004.

After leaving the Marine Corps, he finished his degree in International Affairs at the University of Georgia and has traveled the world ever since working in aerospace.

Shane founded Liberty Georgia in 2015 with a mission to educate Americans on the Constitution and its application to promote individual Liberty and division of power. In 2017, he felt called by his faith to expose his US Representative’s abysmal failed voting and spending record. As a political newcomer and spending only $70k, Shane’s highly motivated team of volunteers polled over 28% of the vote gaining national attention.

“The Oath I swore to uphold the Constitution means more now than it ever has. Democrats and establishment Republicans have usurped the constraints of the Constitution and arbitrarily grown their power at the expense of all Americans and their inalienable rights, turning a blind eye to the oath they swore to uphold the Constitution. It is with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, I pledge to you my life, my fortune, and my sacred Honor.”

Shane now lives happily in Cumming, Ga with the love of his life and their three children.